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Published by The Tennessee Genealogical Society
- Quarterly -
VOLUME 14
OCTOBER - DECEMBER 1967
NUMBER 4
- CONTENTS THE PRESIDENT'S LETTER.
151
NOTES FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK.
152
BOOK REVIEWS
154
WHITE COUNTY, TENNESSEE, NEWSPAPER ARTICLES
155
PETITION FROM SEVIER COUNTY - 1799 . . . .
163
TENNESSEANS IN YAZOO COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI.
164
GILES COUNTY - PETITION - OCTOBER 5, 1819
165
WILL OF JAMES C. ALDERSON . . . .
168
ANCESTORS ARE WHERE YCU FIND TJ:iEH
169
TENNESSEANS IN TEXAS . . .
171
WILEY JARRETT DAVIS BIBLE
177
GRAVES BIBLE . . . .
WEST TENNESSEE DISTRICT, LAND GRANTS, BOOK I ••
ROANE COUNTY - CHANCERY RECORDS . • • •
QUERIES. NUMBER 67-139 THROUGH 67-224 •
INDEX . • . . •
· 178
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THE TENNESSEE GENE~LOGICAL SpCIETY, POST OFFICE BOX 12124, MEMPHIS, TE,NNESSEE38112
OFFICIi'RSF'OR 1967
President
Vice-President
Treasurer
Corresponding Secretary
Recording Secretary
Director of Research
Librarian
Advisor
Advisor
'Advisor
Pari iamentari an
Mrs. L. B. G~rdiner
Mr. W. L. Crawford
Mrs. J. A. Murphy
Mrs. Byron G. Hyde
Mrs. H. N. Moore
Miss Jessie T. Webb
Mrs. Bunyan Webb
Mrs. James B. Cartwright
Mrs. FrankB. Liddell
M," John J. Valentine
Mrs. L. D. Bejach
Editor
Editoria I Staff
Mrs. Charlotte E. Elam
Mrs. Robert L. Cox
Mrs. W. A. Ericksen
Mi ss Anna McCorkle
Mrs. H.N. Moore
Mrs. E.M. Standefer
If you are searching for ancestors in Tennessee, remember
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Ansearchin'" News
the official publication of The Tennessee Gei:lealogical Society.
Published quarterly _ AnnualSubscription $5.00. Single Issue $1.25
All subscriptions begin with first issue of year.
All subscribers are requested to send queries for free publication.
Write us for advertising rates.
The Tennessee Genealogical Society, "ANSEARCHIN'" NEWS
or the Editor assumes no responsibility for opinions Or
errors of fact expressed by contributors or advertisers.
The Tennessee Genealogical Society offers the following publications for sale:
"ANSEARCHIN'
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Volume 7 for 1960, Second Printing
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Write for freellist of contents.
SHELBY COUNTY, TENNESSEE, MARRIAGE RECORDS, 1819-1850,
148 pages, bound, grooms listed alphabetically, bride
index, over 2500 marriages
$ 8.00
Do you need extra "ANSEARCHIN' .. NEWS covers, stamped in gold
Each 50 cents
but with no date?
-151THE PRESIDENT'S LETTER
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Dear TGS Members,
It doesn't seem possible that this is my last letter to you. Two years have flown
by. Thank you all for making this a happy, worthwhile administration. We have an
all-time high membership as I write this in September.
Our Seminar is a pleasant memory. The lecturers, Dr. Jean Stephenson and Mr. Milton
Rubincam, even surpassed all the superlatives we had expected. The 110 participants
from 10 states are looking forward to another get-together in 1969.
It is exciting to know that the Tennessee Historical Commission had a panel on Genealogy at its 1967 conference on Local History. Local History and Genealogy have a
definite connection. People are History. It is up to us to become more scientific
in our approach to our subject.
I am sure I speak for all our members when I express to the Officers and Committee
Chairmen and lay workers our sincere appreciation for the many long hours they have
labored to make our organization one of the most outstanding in the field. Things
don't just happen. The magazine must have good material prepared in proper form,
indexed, and after it is printed it must be gathered, stuffed, sorted, zoned and
mailed. The Library books are selected, checked against Cossitt's file for duplicates, ordered, checked in and checked out. Our minutes are typed once to be read
for approval, then retyped in our permanent register and signed. Notices of meeting,
with notation of speakers, and special business go to local members. Letters of
invitation are sent dozens of prospects during the year. Our name file index seemS
to multiply over night, but it takes a steady hand at the helm, preparing new cards,
filing them, and answering numerous queries pertaining to them. By-laws take hours
of thought for proper form and revision. The bookkeeping necessitates hours and hours
of work. We are big business now.
All of these jobs and many more are doreby our members gratis so that we can save
enough out of our income to buy books and publish more original records in
"ANSEARCHIN'" NEWS.
Everyone is asked to contribute interesting documented information pertaining to
Tennessee for the magazine. Small items of a few lines, or genealogical oddities of
interest, are needed for "fillers," as well as good documented articles of any size,
from a page upward.
Add to your cards in our ancestor files. The first issue for the year of
I~NSEARCHIN'" NEWS tells you the correct way to prepare the cards.
Learn to conserve the valuable microfilm we have access to at Cossitt. Use the
reader only 45 minutes out of each hour - let it cool 15 minutes. This preserves
the reader and keeps from burning the film.
We are indebted to Cossitt Reference Library for their valuable assistance in many
ways. There isn't enough space to adequately thank all of you for your wonderful
spirit of cooperation. To all of the officers and chairmen I say Thank You! God
Bless You! Happy New Year!
Sincerely,
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Mrs. Laurence B. Gardiner
President.
-152NOTES FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK
We received the following announcement in August 1967:
The National Genealogical Society has withdrawn its sponsorship
of the 1850 Tennessee Census Project. This was voted at a Special Meeting in July 1967. The cost of sponsorship was of such
\ magnitude that the society could not continue it. Additional
information will be published or distributed later. Mr.
I Bartlett can be reached at Apt. J-947, 1021 Arlington Boulevard,
I Arlington, Virginia 22209.
I
Mrs. Reed Johnson, 1414 N. Jefferson St., E~ Dorado, Arkansas 71730 writes to tell
us that she can add information to one of the biographical sketches appearing in the
article "Tennesseans in Texas." On Page 118 (last quarter): Judge J. N. Hall. His
father was Joseph W. Hall who married Alvira Pugh, daughter of John Elijah Pugh of
Clarke County, Alabama. Mrs. Johnson's husband is a descendant of Robert Pugh, brother of John Elijah Pugh. Mrs. Johnson has the CHAPMAN-PUGH GENEALOGY by Minnie May
Pugh, and advises that there is another copy in the D.A.R. Library in Washington,
D. C.
The Indiana Historical Society, 140 North Senate Avenue, Indianapolis 46204, should
be congratulated on the genealogical program that they are developing. They have
already published EARLY MARRIAGES OF WAYNE COUNTY, INDIANA, 1811-1822, by Irene M.
Strieby ($3.00); the 1820 FEDERAL CENSUS OF INDIANA by Willard Heiss ($10.00); an
ABSTRACT OF THE RECORDS OF THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS IN INDIANA, PART I ($ 7 •50) and
PART II ($10.00). Now the group is promoting interest in the younger generation by
publishing a booklet titled FINDING INDIANA ANCESTORS. It is intended for the teenage groups in the hope that they will become interested in securing information now
from grandparents, great uncles and great aunts, rather than waiting until later when
these sources of information may not be available. The pamphlet may be obtained for
25 cents.
An INDEX TO WILLS OF CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO, 1800-1915, contains about 3500 names and
may be ordered for $5.00 from Mrs. Grace Hirschauer, 4504 Tealtown Road, M. R. 5,
Batavia, Ohio 45103. It is a D.A.R. project for the benefit of the local chapter.
Mrs. L. R. Langley, 213 Laramie Road, Griffin, Georgia 30223 has compiled two volumes entitled THE DUPRE' TRAIL, abstracts of court records and miscellaneous information relating to the Dupre (various spellings) French Huguenot families of America.
The price for each volume is $16.00.
FRANKLIN COUNTY, GEORGIA, RECORDS may be ordered for $9.00 from Frances Wynd, 2009
Gail Avenue, Albany, Georgia 31705. The county was established in 1784 from the
Cherokee and Creek cessions and was an original county. Included will be land records, marriages, will abstracts, census, military, land lottery and miscellaneous
records.
The Genealogical Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter~Day Saints, Inc.,
107 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111, continues their series of fine
research papers with Series A, No.6, WELSH PATRONYMICS AND PLACE NAMES IN WALES AND
MON~OUTHSHIRE: and Series C, No.1, MAJOR GENEALOGICAL RECORD SOURCES IN GERMANY.
These may be obtained for 25 cents each.
The Kentucky Historical Society, Box H, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601, is publishing
KENTUCKY IN RETROSPECT - NOTEWORTHY PERSONAGES AND EVENTS IN KENTUCKY HISTORY, 1792 1967. The tentative price is $5.00. A l75th ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVE COIN is also
being struck and may be ordered for $1.00 each plus postage.
-153MAURY COUNTY, TENNESSEE, HISTORICAL SKETCHES, 282 pages, is a collection of articles
written by early settlers. These were originally published after the Civil War in
various county newspapers and are collected in one volume now. Price $6.50. Order
from Mrs. R. Y. McClain, 610 Terrace Drive, Columbia, Tennessee 38401.
The Sacramento Branch Genealogical Library, 5343 Halsted Avenue, Carmichael, California 95608, has compiled CEMETERIES OF EL DORADO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, price $3.00.
A subscription to their monthly bulletin GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH NEWS is $3.00 per year.
OUR ANCESTRAL PLOTS, 302 pages of all known cemeteries of Caldwell County, Kentucky,
may be ordered from Mrs. E. Arawana Kyle, 102 S. Trim Street, Dawson Springs,
Kentucky 42408. The price is $15.00.
The 1850 CENSUS OF CALDWELL COUNTY, KENTUCKY is available at $12.00. The 1850
CENSUS OF CALLOWAY COUNTY, KENTUCKY may be ordered for $8.00, and the 1860 CENSUS OF
LYON COUNTY, KENTUCKY for $6.00, from Thomas H. Jones, R. R. #1, Box 177, Edwardsville, Illinois 62025. All three have a family name index.
Mrs. Nadine Miller Tuttle, P. O. Box 248, Portales, New Mexico 88130, has released
a new family bulletin titled MILLER SEARCHERS, U.S.A., AN INDEX OF MILLER SURNAME
RESEARCHERS. This first edition contains 30 mimeographed pages and an index for
surnames other than Miller. No price was quoted.
The Genealogical Publishing Co., 521-23 St. Paul Place, Baltimore, Maryland 21202,
has issued anew catalog about six volumes available for THE EASTERN SHORE OF
MARYLAND. They have also published their Spring 1967 catalog containing notice of
18 new books. A major reprint is also advertised: the six volume, 2000 page,
ROLLAND'S ILLUSTRATIONS TO THE ARMORIAL GENERAL, by J. B. Rietstap, containing
85,000 Shields of Arms, price $75.00. Their new catalog No. 217 containing news of
books of American local History and Genealogical Records has also been issued.
Another catalog features eight books on early settlers, including GENEALOGICAL
GUIDE TO THE EARLY SETTLERS OF AMERICA at $20.00.
OUR LOGAN HISTORY, price $10.00, lists Some 2400 descendants of Tarlton L. Logan,
189 pages, and may be ordered from Mrs. Marshall W. Doyle, 717 S. Sycamore, Greensburg,
Kansas 67054.
Mrs. Lea F. Duholm, 305 - 15th Avenue, S.W., Austin, Minnesota 55912 has announced
publication of A GENEALOGY - BUNTIN-BUNTON FAMILIES, dedicated to John Wheeler
Bunton, 1807-1879. The price is $7.50.
WHAT TO SAY IN YOUR GENEALOGICAL LETTERS is a new booklet by J.R. Gobble, P.O. Box
2442, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401. No price was quoted. The book's 25 pages are filled
with helpful suggestions for presenting data in both letter and chart form. Mr.
Gobble has also authored WHO'S WHERE IN YOUR GENEALOGICAL RECORDS and LINEAGES OF
THE MEMBERS, IDAHO SOCIETY, S.A.R., 1909-1961.
Bulletin III of CARDINAL "ANCESTRAL" NOTES salutes Corydon, Jefferson County,
Kentucky, on its 100th Anniversary. Price $1.00. Published by Mrs. Oscar Baskett,
426 Center Street, Henderson, Kentucky 42420.
THE lONG YEARS - A PATERNAL GENEALOGY may be ordered from Jean M. Maire, 2717 Ector
Road North, Jacksonville, Florida 32211. The price is $4.00. Families included are
Coffin, Knight, Lovelace, Sill, Cook, Vernon, Stanfield, Middleton, Holtzclaw, Stout,
Spaulding and others. Bound, paper-back, 96 pages.
(Continued on page 162)
-154BOOK REVIEWS
TALES OF OLD WHITEHAVEN (Tennessee) by Anna Leigh McCorkle, 4334 McCorkle Road,
Memphis, Tennessee 38116. Published by McCowat-Mercer
Press, Jackson, Tennessee. 173 pages. Price $3.65)
Review by Wilena Roberts Bejach (Mrs. L. D.)
This charming account of local history is to be admired, appreciated and emulated.
In this day of rapid transformation of the land from country village surrounded by
green fields and forest to a world of concrete, shopping centers and "high rise"
dwellings, even this memory of the not so long ago is fading.
Miss McCorkle has preserved the past for us in chronologically recording events of
one small rural community in Shelby County, Tennessee - Whitehaven - immediately
south of Memphis and immediately north 0 the State of Mississippi. Mostly, however,
the book is about the people who made the community from its earliest times to the
present. The author writes with love and understanding and has the happy faculty of
imparting this feeling to the reader. Old settlers on their farms, new settlers in
their subdivisions, the great, near great, the common man and the lowly are all included. All were neighbors and friends.
Although the book is called TALES OF OLD WHITEHAVEN, it is quite well documented.
Traditions are labeled such, but quotes from diaries and other primary sources of
the times are liberally used. Maps, pictures and facsimiles set the scenes and increase the reader's interest.
An appendix vividly recalls the just past world of close friendships between the old
Negro families and their white neighbors or employers, with a plea for a return to
peace and understanding between the races in a changed world.
Miss McCorkle dedicates her book to "The newer residents of Whitehaven who constantly
ask, 'Who are the older ones?"1 We are fortunate that she has answered that query.
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THE DAVISES AND ALLIED FAMILIES
(By Mayola Davis, 5617 Dana Drive, Fort Worth,
Texas 76117. Mimeograph. Price $3.00)
Review by Wilena Roberts Bejach (Mrs. L. D.)
Miss Davis states that this is a family family history, springing out of family reunions, compiled for the edification of the family, incomplete, but with a plea for
help with omissions and errors. It seemS to us that this is a worthy approach, resulting in this instance, in 80 pages, including index, of important data on this
Davis family.
The author begins with the progenitor in America, one Joseph Davis who arrived from
Ireland shortly before the Revolution, buying land in Charlotte County, Virginia, in
1771 and dying there in 1792. Descendants moved to Madison County, Tennessee, in
1847; Some later went to Hardeman County.
Although generally the statements are not documented, wills and Bible records are
included, and the casual reader quickly gains the feeling that it is an~onest effort
when the compiler reveals that neither the progenitor nor his son could read or write.
We feel that Miss Davis should be proud of her work.
(Continued on Page 162)
-155WHITE. COUNTY, TENNESSEE, NEWSPAPER ARTICLES
The following articles were copied from the 1829-1939 Microfilm Roll of White County,
Tennessee, newspapers and contributed by Mrs. /Lcly Harvey and Mrs. Ernest Hutcherson,
P. O. Box 154, Rockwood, Tennessee 37854.
THE SPARTONIAN - Sparta, Tennessee - January 10, 1829
A list of letters remaining in the post office at Sparta on Dec. 31, which will be
sent to the general post office as dead letters if not taken out by the 1st day of
April next.
Surrel Alfred
Mrs. Ollia Ames
William Angel
Wm. Anderson 2
Jesse Allen
Jacob Anderson
Wm. & Ja's Allison
Charles Baxter
Washington Burgess
John B;;trr
Jacob Beam
Wm. C. Britain
Duke A. Beadles
Alfred E.Beadles
William Belcher
Thomas Barnes
Charles Burton
Tho's Broyles, Esq.
Adam Clouse
Daniel Clark
Jacob Crouch 2
Jesse B. Clark
Dr. Robert Cox
William Dowd
Col. Cha's Dibrell
Robert H. Davis
James Davis, Esq.
Betsey Dover
Col. lose (7) C~ Dew
William J. Frensley
Doctor Farmer
Josath'n Farringtofi
Mrs. Susan Gracy
Andrew Gamble
Uriah Gibbs
Alexander GleeD.
John Gleeson, Esq.
C. F. M. Gudrean
Andrew Green or
John or Jesse Green
Elisha Gray
Wm. Hammond
. Robert Harris
Anderson Hodges
Benjamin Hunter
Mrs. Celia Haynes
Wm. Hitchcock
Fathan Haggard
J f'r'.i'C Hudson
Elijah Isham, Sen.
Sam or And. Johnson
Joseph Jones
Byram Jones
Berry Jones
Thomas Jones
Charles Kenida
Martin Keener (7)
Alexander j!. (7) Lane
Mrs. Marg. Lowrey
Harmon Little
Maj. Henry Lyda
Mark Lowrey
John B. M'Cormick
John Musgrove
Ro. & Alex. M'[email protected]*
(McEwen 7)
Enoch Murphy, Esq.
Adam M---(?)
Benj. M'Lean
Craven Madnox
Thomas Musgrove
Thomas Jackson
John Medley
Daniel ]<cJ::-Lir]
James Ne lson
Robert Nelson
THE SPARTONIAN - Sparta,
Tennes~ee
Richard Nelson
Sebron Odom
William Perkins
James Pleasant
David Robertson
Solomon Robinson
John Rodgers
Enoch Rice
Daniel Richards
S. Rhea
William P. Rhea
Mrs. Phoebe Rodgers
Thomas Rice
William Smith, Jr.
William Smith 2
Mrs. Nancy Smith
Jacob K. Spooner 2
Isaac Sharp
Christ~ (7) Swindle
Jonath Scrivner
Wiley Steakly
John M. Serrell
John Shankle
Sheriff White City
Isaac Taylor
James Taylor
Dr.W. E. Thockmorton
John E. Tea
Col. William Usrey
Eliz. Williams
Jeptha West
Henry Warren
Mrs. Elizabeth J. Whitfield
Francis Wilmoth
Elijah Work
James Williams
Ja's Jenkins P.M. Sparta
- July 11, 1829
A list of letters remaining in t;he post office at Sparta, Tennessee, on June 30, 1829
which, if not taken out before the 1st day of October next, will qe sent to the general post office as dead letters.
William Anderson
Jacob Anderson
William Akridge
Daniel Allen
James Angel
David Ames
George Barrett
. Jeremiah Barrett
John Brown
John D. Bozarth
Henry Bowen
John Bradley
Thos. Broyles, Esq.
Margaret Baty
Miles W. Brown
Jacob Beam
William Brazel
Wm Burden
Tho's Bletcher
Levi (?) Bozarth
John Blackmore
Tho's Burges
Benjamin Bowman
or
Griggs(sic)
Capt. Geo. Cline
John Campbell
Daniel Clark
Tho's Crawley
Tho's Copland
Solomon Cole
Mi lford Carey
Joseph Cummings
Madison Crawley
or Margaret Lawson
John Denton
Messrs. Dew,
Russell and others
H. Dyer
Joseph Dolton
Mrs. Sabra Davis
Ezekiel Dildine
Thomas Eastland
Andrew Forsythe
Thomas Fitch
Matt-l- Ferguson
Thomas Fulkerson
Anderson Ferguson
Capt. Jonathan Farrington
Leoedes B. Farris
Andrew Gamble
William Green
Thomas Gibbons
Robert Gamble 2
Mrs. Rebecca Gist
Jno. W. Gleeson Esq.
Nathan Haggard 2
Miss Leeann R. Haggard
William Hunter
David Hudleston
Joseph Hawkins
Dudley Hunter
James Hargis
Sarah Hutchens
John Henry
Mrs. Celia Haynes
John Heath Sen.
or John Heath Jun.
Wm W. Hunt (?)
James T. Holman
B. Jones, Esq.
Zachariah Jones
David Jackson
Sam'l Johnson 2
Micajah Johnson
Mrs. Serena Isom
Charles Isom
Miss Margaret Johnson
William Kerr
John Ketcherside
Demsey Lambeth 2
William Lewis
Claibourne Love
Jacob A. Lane
Thomas A. Lea
Henry Lance
Col. John Lyon
Moses Linville
G. W. Montgomery
Henderson M'Farland
John Mesles
Robert McCowin
John B. M'Carmack 2
Wm C. Medca lf
William Medcalf
Isaac Miller
Robert McCustion
James Mills
Matthew G. Moore
Robert Mason
Yerby Massey (or Mossey)
Richard Nelson
Nelson & Lane
Noah Philips
Enoch Price or
Isaac Weaver
Joseph Parker 2
Wm. Parker
Levi Perkins
John Parker
John Province
Hiram Province
John S. Price
Col. John B. Perkins
George Price
John Pryor
Littleton Petillo
Thomas Rice
Mary Roberts
Thomas Rice
John Rickman
Francisco Rockhold
Mrs. Elizabeth P. Roberts
John W. Riddle
Wm Rickman
Wm Roberts
William H. Sugart
Thomas Simpson
C. D. Shrewsberry
J. W. Simpson
Champanis Sherley
William or Jordon Smith
Samuel Scoggin
Wm Stewart or
Maj. Isaac Taylor
Thomas Tillory 2
Sam. Turney 2
James Taylor
James Taylor, Esq.
John Taylor
Isaac Taylor
Miss Nancy Templeton
Silas Wray
John Whitefield
James Wilson 2
James Williams
Thomas Walling
Robert Ward
Wm Warner
Thomas Williams
Elijah Ward 2
Woodson P. White
John Whitley
Jeptha West
Rev. M. Wade
Alexander Yates
JAMES H. JENKINS, Postmaster
THE SPARTA RECORD - October 8, 1831
A list of letters remaining in the pos~ office at Sparta, Tenn. on October 1, 1831
which, if not taken out before the 1st day of January next, will be sent to the general post office as dead letters.
William M. Bryan Jr.
Wm. Burden
Bashaba Readles
Wm. A. Brown
Wm Baker
Mrs. Mary Redwell
Elijah Bohannon
Jesse Bounds
Thomas it nUl
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James Burgess
Gerge Cardwe 11
Elijah Elmon
Washington D. Costy
Miss Ally Colston
Nathaniel Callens
Robert Cox
Martin Collins
Thomas Crawly or Wm Shockly
Jas. Cambell Esq. or
Gibbs & Forister
James Cooper
Edmond Cunningham
Jesse Cookrey
Adam Clou~? (Clouse?)
Miss Sally Clar~ey (?)
Robert Cook, Esq. 3
George Defreese
John E. Dale
William Derositt
Edward Elms
Luke Flinn
John B. Fleneken
Elijah Farmer
Samuel Frost
Elijah Frost
Joseph Gooch
David Glen
John Grantham
James Grantham
Edward Gleason
Joseph Green
Thomas T. Green
Isaac Hadson
John C. Hudson
Maj. Joshua Hickey
George Huds.on
William Hedgeorn Esq.
Stephen D. Hill
Blackston Howl,
Haggard (sic)
James H. Jenkins
Henry Jones
Thomas Jackson
John Jackson
Ebenezer Jones
Wm. M. (?) Jennings
William James
Josep Kerr
Alexander H. Karnobar
Joseph Kerry
William Kerr
Ruben Kerry
Capt. John Little
Turner Lane, Esq.
James Lee
William Linville
John'B. M'Cormick 4
James M'Auley
Daniel M'Leden (?)
Benjamin M' Alin
Hugh B. M. M'Cleland
Miss Creasy M'Aley(M'Alcy)
Mr. M'Donald
Simms M' Can
Henderson M'Farland
John A. M'Pherson
Andrew M'Bride
William Moore
Richard Nelson
Wi lliam Owen
J. B. Forrester, Esq.
Messrs. M. & C. Patton
Isaac Plumlee
Wm. Price
Joshua M. or John Porter
S. D. Rowan, Esq.
John Rose
Randolph Rose (or Ross) Esq.
James Rucks, Esq.
Joseph Ray
Alexander Ramsey
Richard Speers
Miss Rachel Speers
Miss Elizabeth Smith
George Sullavan or John Burr
Squire Stevens
James Scarberry
Zachariah Sullins
William Stamps
Madison Smallman
Elizabeth Stuard
Joel Smith 2
Rev. John Scoggins
Jacob K. [email protected]
Eli Simms
Josiah Turner
M. Tail, Esq.
Samuel Usrey
Mrs. Nancy Vickers
Robert Vanbiber
William Winsted
James Ward
George Waddle
Hardy Williams
Francis Wilhams
William Weaver
Samuel Wea!er (?)
Elizabeth Williams
Thomas' Whitefield
Jeremiah Whitson
William Wells
Samuel Wilson
Jepthah West
William M. Young
Waman Leftwich, Postmaster
Note: October 15, 1831, the same list as above was published with these nameS at the
first:
Jesse Akins
Thomas Adair
Samuel Ayres
James Anderson
David Allen
THE SPARTA RECORDER AND LAW JOURNAL - January 21, 1832
A list of letters remaining in the post office at Sparta, White County, Tennessee,
on the first day of January 1832 which, if not taken out by the first of Apri.l next,
will be sent to the general post office as dead letters.
Ames,David 3
Anderson, Robert 2
Anderson, James
Anderson, Robert G.
Anderson, John H.
Anjell, Martin B. or
Burton, Henry
Allen, Jesse D. D.
Anderson, Isaac
Barnes, Esq.
Bounds, Thomas Esq.
Bramlett, Nat
Baker, Rbert
Briwn, Sam Esq.
Brock, Duvell H.
Bates, Owen
Burum, Peter
Brinky, William
Carter, Alexander
Chisam, John
Campbell, Maj. Wm B.
Clark, Joseph B.
Clenny, Johnathan
Cash, Simpson
Dyer, Samuel
-158Da.vis, Amos
Davis, Ransel
Davis, Nat.
Denny, William 2
Davis, John
Dodson, Messrs.
Deering, Esq.
Dale, Capt.
Elgin, George 2
Evans, George
Elmore, Elijah
Earle, Nathaniel
Elms, Edward
Freeman, John
Flynn, Rodney or
(John Parsons) (sic)
Flynn, Matilda Miss
Filan, William
Grant, William
Graham, Nathaniel
Gibbon, Thomas
Gilbert, John
Gooch, Joseph
Hoffman, Jacob
Hanes, W.
Harrison, John W.
Ray, Joseph
Hill, Edward D.
Harris, Wm.
Rose, John Esq.
Richmend, John
Hutson, & Sons
Sa\,lnders, Robert
Holman, Jas. T. Esq.
Hudgeous, Benjamin
Snodgrass, Thomas L.
Snodgrass, David
Jarvis, John
Stacy, Eli 2
Isacks, Hon. J. C.
Kuhn, Peter
Stone, Thomas
Sullens, Zachariah
Kochesides, Thomas
Spadon, Robert
Kerby, Richard
Knowles, and sons
Shockley, William
Shockley, Jacob
Lowell, Andrew
Scott, Johnathan
Moore, Esq. Martin
and Lenon (sic)
Trapp, John
Mitchell, Jabez G.
Turney, Samuel
Townsend, James Esq.
McCormack, Stephen
McKenneys, Denness
Teekle, William
Twitty, Miss br Wm Green
Merre 11, Alfred
Milsted, Aaron
Wallis, Stephen
Moony, William
Williams, David
Massy, Jenkins
Whitley, Lory or Johnson Esq.
Neson, Samuel
Winters, Christopher
Officer, Mr. Ogden George Walts, William
Parker, John
Warren, Ransom
Roberts, Thomas
Waman Leftwich, Postmaster
Reeves, Col. Charles
THE SPARTA RECORDER AND LAW JOURNAL - 13 July 1833
A list of letters remaining in the post office at Monroe, Tennessee, on the first day
of July 1833 which, if not taken out before the 1st day of October next, will be sent
to the general post office as dead letters.
Armstrong, Landon
Ally, Walter
Archburn, Jesse
Armstrong, Hugh L.
Armstrong, M. L. & P.
Burris, Nancy
Bullard, Isaac
Blair, Joel B.
Bilherny, Benton
Carmack, Mr.
Conway, Jesse
Cannetax, John
Chaney, Wm.
Crawford, Wm. K.
Campbell, George W.
Craven, Henry
Cox, Garrat T.
Cox, Elizabeth
Clerk of Overton,Circuit Court
Daugherty, Robert B.
Finley, Reuben
Garrett, Benjamin
Garrett, Joseph
Harris, Dasen
Hatcher, Lorenzo D.
Harper, Elijah
Hammock, John
Hoover, A. C.
Johnson, David M.
Jennings, Samuel
Johnson, David
Kanatsor, Abraham
Mayfield, Jonathan
Mitchell, James C.
Merril, Catharine Ann
Mullins, Jordan
Nelson, Robert
Officer, James
Runnels, Matthew
Riley, Joseph
Ro Hins, Levi
Stewart, David
Stigallson, Wm.
Stone, Wm.
Strain, Thomas J.
Sublet, Valentine
Terry, Joseph
Van, Thomas C.
Whitehead, Benjamin
Williams, Isaac
Worthan, Robert
Windale, Robert S.
Wm. Wray, Postmaster
THE SPARTA RECORDER AND LAW JOURNAL - JULY 5, 1833
A list of letters remaining in the post office at Sparta, Tenn., on the 1st day of
July which, if not taken out by the 1st day of October, 1833, will be sent to the
general post office as dead letters, to wit:
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Anderson, Zachariah 2
Anderson, Nancy
Andrea, James
Anderson, James 3
Anderson, James or
King, Joseph
Anderson, B. E.
Anderson, Judith
Anderson, Boils E.
Averet, Peter
Averet, Parker
Averet, John P.
Bvers, Susanah 2
Brown, Robert.
Brown, Cornelius D.
Beawell, Stephen
Byrd, John
Barnett, Thomas F.
Branson, Levi
Bray, George
Bedwell, Mary
Brown, Reuben
Brown, G. 9.'
Baker, Wm. Sr.
Brryles, Reuben
Bassell, John 2
Bradly, John
Colly, Pearce
Cox, Robert, Esq ..
Cannon, Elizabeth
Collybrook, Lucy
Cross, W.
Cummings, Joseph Jr.
Cle~cy?, James
Clark, Jesse B.
Crowder, Richard
Crowell, Charles D.
Crowell, Charles
Connor, Trent C.
Chisum, John
Crain, Abijah
Cooke,Robert Esq.
Duncan, Wm.
Dukes, Stephen
Doak,Betsy. M. Mrs.
Davis ,Na th~lnie1
Denton, Lucinda MrG.
Englan4, Aron
Ellis, JohnD. 2
Eastland, Robert M.
Elms, Jonathap
Fulkerson, Michael
Fur:guson, James
Gamble, Robert
Glenn, Alexander
Guf f ey, Willaba
Goff, John W.
Green, Wm 2
Gassaway, Elizabeth Miss
Hutson, Abel
Hewet, Robert
Ha lfacre, John
Hunter, Benj. or Wm.
Holman, James T.
Hamblet, Berry
Harlly, Joel
Holland, Harrison
Howard, Wm.
Harris, Washington
*Macajah, Harris
Jones, Byr lin
Jones, Rily
Jones, Jos. or Wash.
Irwin, Fletcher
Jarvis, Cornelius
Jones, John G.
Jutson, Richard
Jenkins, James H. 2
King, Joseph or
Mitchel, Arthur
Keethly, Henry
Lewis, Zadock
Lafever, Zachariah
Lyda, Henry
Lowrey, James
Lane, Mr.
Landrum, Willis H.
Little, John M.
Moore, Wm. or
Meadows, Harrison
M'Manus, Robert
Miller, Nash
Maudlam, Mrs. Elizabeth
M'Bride, James
M'Bride, A. Rev.
Moore, Samuel
M'Peak" .James 2
Myres, John P.
Myres, John E.
Martin, John
.Marchbanks, W.
.M' Ewin, Robert
M'DQnald, H. F.
. Musgrove, John
Murray, Edward
Meze'll, Cader'
Nicholas, DaviCiEsq.
N,anny, William
Nathubearus, John
Officer, John
Officer James
Overby, John
Price, Amos
Plumblee, Isaac
Pryor, William
Passons, Major
Price, Geo. W.
Pettis, Lewis
Perterson, Hiram
Parker, A. K.
Pass, John A.
Parker, Wm. or Joe
Roberts, John
Roberts, Peter
Rodgers, John
Richman, Thomas
Rowland, James
Rickman, Delila- or.
Rice, So lomon
Roberts, Joseph
Rose, John
Rice & Simpson
Felix, Richard
Ridells, John W.
Raney, James
Statterfield, Wm.
Sperry, Charles R.
Scoggin, Jesse
Shirley, Champaines
Simpson & Jenkins
Stadler, Robert G.
Serrell, John M. 2
Thomason, Robert
Turney, H. L. Esq.
Turney, Samuel
Turley, Jacob 2
Turly, Charles
Tucker, Wm. R.
Usrey, & Gains
Usrey, William
Usrey, Sam
Van, James
Vanbebber, Robert
Warren, Luther
Walson, Mary K.
White, Woodson P•
Williams, James T.
Walker, L on (?)
':lells, William
Wyette, .John
Watson, Thomas
Woodward, Isaac C.
Wright, Nathaniel
Waman Lef twich ,Pos tmas ter
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THE SPARTA RECORDER AND LAW JOURNAL - July 3, 1841
A list of letters remaining in the post office at Sparta, 1st July 1841.
David Ames Esq.
Jacob Anderson
L. A. Beasley
E. W. Bryan
Archibald Bane
Robert Bohannon
Emery Bennitt
Alijah Crain
Robert C. Craig 2
Andrew Campbell
William Carland
John H. Carmichael
Nicholas Cook
James W. Copeland
Thomas Dickson
Jonathan C. Davis
James Di ldine
Amond Dildine
William Dewese
N. C. Davis
Mary Dotson
N. Ellems 2
Thomas S. Ellems
David England
R. M. Eastland
James Eastham
Elizabeth Ann Farley
Jeremiah Franklin
John Gest
Russell Gest 2
Mary Glenn
William Glenn Esq.
Weathers ton Greer
Anson Gibbs
Elga Green
Jackson Harris
James A. Hastin
Wm. S. Hall
George D. Howard
Joshua Hicky
Pe ter Hamb lin
James L. Hembra
James M. Haggard
Ignatious Howard
Thomas Irwin
John Johnson
Madison Johnson
Silas Kidwell
Samuel H. Keathly
Andrew Karr
Wamon Leftwich 2
Harman Little 2
Lewis Lile
W. W. Moore
Shadrack Murray
William Moore
John McClure
Edward Moore
Jno. F. Mills
Green H. Moss
Layton McCormick
Robert Mason
Daniel McLane
Clifton Nichols
Robert OdIe
Archibald Overton
Jacob L. Pert Ie
Andrew L. Potts
John Province
James H. Potts
E. V. Pollard
Howell Peterson
James Rando Is
Jane M. Rice
William Robinson or
Amond Dildine
Joseph Reckmon, Register
of the Mountain District
William Stroud
Hiram Stone
Harmon Smith
Joseph Stewart
Noah Sherley
Nancy L. Sullivan
Edmond Stamps
Micager Scott
Elizabeth Stewart
Samuel Turney
George Tucker
Creed A. Taylor
Jonathan Thomas 2
Seth Underwood
Elizabeth Vermillion
William Worley
Jesse Worley
Doctor Wilson
Sarah Wootan
John Waller
William Wisdom
Mumford Wilson
John Wright or
Cornelius Jarvis
John Wallice
William Waller
James Watson or
Henry Hays
Sheriff of White County
Clerk of Circuit Court
J. G. Mitchell, Postmaster
Miscellaneous material gleaned from the Microfilm Roll, 1829-1939, White County,
Tennessee, Newspapers:
THE SPARTONIAN - November 21, 1829: Legal: The Supreme Court, Sparta, August Term
1829. Abner Lasseter and wife vs John Turner, admr. of John C. Turner, deceased and
guardian of Charles L. Turner and John B. Turner, infants. In 1818, John C. Turner
intermarried with Catharine B. Lee, dau. of Charles Lee. After this marriage and
during between John C. Turner and his said wife, to wit in the year 1820, Charles Lee
died intestate, leaving 11 distributees, of whom John C. Turner in right of his wife
was one .•• 1821 administration was granted to Richard H. Lee ..• was one of distributees .•• John H. Lee was one ••. 1822 John C. Turner died leaving two children vis
Charles L. Turner and John Baldwin Turner .•. John Turner Senr. is administrator of
his Son J. C. Turner •.• J. C. Turner's widow Catharine has intermarried with the
plaintiff, Abner Lasseter •.•
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SPARTA RECORDER AND LAW JOURNAL - Sat. July 31, 1830. Obituary - 14th of this inst.
in Centreville at the residence of his Brother-in-law, Mr. John Philips, the Rev.
Samuel G. Gibbons, 38th year of his age, leaving to ~ his wife and large circle of
relations •.. Minister of the Baptist denomination •.•
In Bedford Co. on the 9th inst. Mrs. Dorothy B. Fonville, wife of Asa Fonville, 47th
year of her age.
In Kingston (Roane County), on 20th inst. Mary A. Jordan, eldest daughter of Dr. L. W.
Jordan, aged 6 years, 4 months, 14 days .•.•
Near Kingston (Roane County), Mrs. Nancy King, wife of Mr. Walter King.
given)
(No date
SPARTA RECORDER AND LAW JOURNAL - State of Tennessee - 3rd Judicial Circuit, August
Term A. D. 1831. James T. Holman, Samuel Turney and Patrick Potts, complainants vs
Moses Land and his wife, Hannah, Isaac Snodgrass and his wife, Elizabeth, Allen
Harmon and his wife, Nancy, and Frederick Coots, heirs of Frederick Coots, dec'd defendants; defendants above are not inhabitants of this state. Frederick Coots at his
death was possessed of certain tracts of land in White County (Tenn.) ••• complainants
had purchased the interest of Hiram Coots, one of the heirs of said Frederick Coots
•.• prays the land may be sold ••• divided among the heirs ..•
Nathan Haggard of Sparta and·Alvan Cullon of Monroe have associated ••• for the
practice 'of· law.
SPARTA .RECORDER AND LAW JOURNAL. District Court of Chancery at McMinnville (Warren
County, Tenq.), February Rules, A.D. 1832. Jacob Dillon, George Wallace, George Smith,
Benjamin J • Bledsoe, William Gore, William Chilton and John Cain, Complainants vs.
William Armstrong and Keturah (?) Blevins, Burdet C. Pile and Letitia E. his \¥ife,
Martha J.Armstrong, James Kincannon and Elizabeth, his wife, Peter Simmons and Nancy,
his wife, Thomas Wright and Sarah, his wife, Iredell, Hugh, Frank, Landon and Andrew
Armstrong, Defendants. This bill was filed for the purpose of subjecting a tract of
land, situate in the County of Warren, Tennessee, upon the waters of Collins River, to
the satisfaction of the claims of the creditors of William Armstrong, it being the
same tract of land upon which Hugh Armstrong, deceased, resided at the time of his
death .•• legal title is in the defendants, as heirs at law of the said Hugh, but the
equitable title is in the said William Armstrong ••• defendants residing beyond the
limits of this state are Burdet C. Pile and Letitia E. his wife, Martha J. Armstrong,
James Kincannon and Elizabeth his wife, Peter Simmons and Nancy his wife and Thomas
Wright and Sarah his wife and Iredell, Hugh, Frank, Landon and Andrew Armstrong ••.
Feb. 25, 1832.
THE SPARTA GAZETTE, Sparta, Tenn., Saturday August 30, 1845. Obituary - THE NORTH
GRAND RIVER CHRONICLE printed in Chillicothe, Livingston County, Mo., has the following notice of the death of Andrew Bryan, who for many years resided in this county.
Died, at his late residence in this County, on the 5th August, after a protracted
illness, Mr. Andrew Bryan, aged 72 years and 9 months. The deceased was a native of
Virginia and emigrated to Tennessee at an early day; and when the people of what is
now the State of Tennessee suffered so much from the merciless incursions of the
Indians, he was among the number who volunteered in defense of this country, and
quelled in a great measure those savage depredations. He removed to this county in
the year 1838 where he lived respected and esteemed by all to whom he was known.
Died - At Winchester (Franklin County), Tenn., of apoplexy, on the 22nd inst., Col.
Miller Francis, late Treasurer of Tennessee. (Note: This is probably the one by the
same name who is of record in Roane County, Tennessee, 1801-1807', and then in Rhea
County when it was formed from. Roane in 1807.)
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HERALD TIMES - SPARTA, TENNESSEE, Saturday, Sept. 23, 1854. Death - Hon. Ephriam H.
Foster ••• night of 6th inst., at 11 o'clock ••• lawyer, soldier and statesman •••
copied from the NASHVILLE GAZETTE, Sept. 14.
Died - At home, at Stoney Point, in Bledsoe County, Tennessee, with fever on the 28th
of August 1854, after all possible means that could be used by a skillful Physician,
Mrs. Lettis H. Sloan, the kind and affectionate wife of Thos. Sloan •.. aged about 67
years.
THE SPARTA INDEX - Friday, March 17, 1876. Died - on the 12th inst., James T. Williams in the 9lst year of his age ••• born in Maryland, Dec. 11, 1785; removed to
White County, Tennessee, in the year 1807.
(Mrs. Harvey and Mrs. Hutcherson note that they borrowed this microfilm through their
local library from the Tennessee State Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee,
neither of them have ancestral paths throu6h White County, and cannot help with further information on these names.)
NOTES FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK (Continued from page 154)
THE MINER FAMILY - NORTHFIELD BRANCH, may be ordered from John A. Miner, 16 Smart
Road, Acton,. Massachusetts 01720. The price is $10.00.
FAMILY BIOGRAPHIES has been published by Colonial Books, 851 Dauphin Street, Mobile,
Alabama. Price $5.00. Mr. Jay Higginbotham has compiled this history of the Higginbotham, Bowling, White, Kyle, Mercier, Prieur, Ladnier, Bosarge, Rillieux, Tiblier,
Cochran, Blankenship and Garrison families.
WESTBROOK AND ALLIED FAMILIES may be ordered from Blair Jones, Box 485, Pell City,
Alabama 35125. The pre-publication price is $5.50. The price after January 1, 1968
will be $7.50.
TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS AND DEATH RECORDS,
CALVARY CEMETERY, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE,
1869-1967.
(Compiled by Mrs. Charles F. Wayland, Sr.,
Mrs. James A. Grady and Mrs. Floyd L.
Ambrister, Jr. Order from Mrs. James
Ault Grady, 4404 Holston Drive, Knoxville,
Tennessee 37914. Price $5.00.)
Review by Betty Givens Moore (Mrs. Henry N.)
Burial in this cemetery began in 1869, with birth dates going back to about 1810.
While it is not an early cemetery, it covers one of our important migratory periods.
Following the Civil War, many families crossed the Mississippi to take up land in
the mid-West. Frequently, this was just after older members of the family had died.
Thus, the cemeteries of this period are a vital link in our ancestral climb.
The most valuable feature of these records is the unusually large number of inscriptions that give the place of birth. The majority of those for whom birthplaces are
given were born in another country.
i Some
friends of Wilena Roberts Bejach (Mrs. Lois D.) made contributions to purchase genealogical books to be placed in
Cossitt-Goodwyn Library as a memorial to Mrs. Bejach's Mother,
Mrs. William Woodson of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, who passed
away recently.
Your Librarian was asked to select and order the books. After
consulting with Mrs. Bejach, an order was placed for two volumes of Maryland records by G. M. Brumbaugh.
-163PETITION FROM SEVIER COUNTY, TENNESSEE, AUGUST 22, 1799
(Ccpi8d from a petition in the Archives, Ncshville, by
Mrs. J[-IT.es O. Maddux, P.O. Box 71, Spring City, Tennessee 37381)
August 22, 1799 Sevear County (on cover 1799 Sep. 18 House representative read and
referd to the committe of proposition - sent to the senate - Read and referred as
above, signed John Kennedy. Marked "not reasonable"
A petition of Sundry Inhabitants South of french Broad To the Honorable the general assembly of the state of tenesee and to the speaker
of Both houses we your petitioners humbly Beg Leave to show to your honorable body
that the Lohal cituation of our country is such that it contains a great quantity of
pore Barren Land which we through necessity have been forcd to settle on and which in
fact is not fit for cultivation could we have got Better & we look up to you as the
gardenes of our Rights and pray you in your wisdom partriosm and virtue may to order
if you should think proper to open a land office that we may have our Land at a modest price agreable to the deferent qualleties of the same and that we may be indugd
for the purchas~ J;!l(my as long as you in your wisdom may think proper we also pray a
repeal of that act that binds takation on our Lands not being held by deed grant nor
Entry we think the constitution of the state takes no land of the above descriptions
we further Represent as a greavence the excise tax and stampt act as infringing our
Rites and we your pethoners as in duty bound shall pray.
Jesse Renfro
John Clack
Wm freasher
gong fresher
Robert Henderson
Jermiah West
Cornelious Guin
Andy Baulis
Haman Balis
James Oldham
John Moon
Richard Franshare
Richard Shields
Daniel Mc laughn
Alexander Mclayhen
William Walon
Jno Bell
Blake Rulting(?)
Ebenser Donelson
William Donelson
Thos Davis
William Isbels
David Nelson
John Herod
Wm. Walker
an Loften
William Bird
Nathanil Perry
James Wammick
John Di lIard
Jessheca Kelly
John beard
Zebeluh berd
Joseph Hedley
Robt Coonce
Samuel Coonce
Wm. Davis
Harson Cooper
Martin Cooper
Jesey Cooper
John Lenre (Lewis?)
Robert Moore
george Ammons
Mandy Luis
Jese Cooper
Alexander Anderson
Elija vetch (?)
Andrew Smi th
Moses Baskin
John Rogers
Wm. Anderson
Benj. Johnson
Thomas Botkin
Richard Chusen
James Manlendest
Rubin Waldin
JasChaphu(Chasshu?)
Wm. Thomas
John Carrut
Benjamin Cooper
Issac Thomas Jun
Thomas Beavers
James Henderson
James Craton
Richard Woods
RichdRandles
Phillip Rouel
Lamon Trigg
Jno Davis
Richad Estrige
Shadrick Coonce
Jessee Koonce
Josiah Rogers
James Major
Re (?) freasher
Wm. freasher
John Miller
John guin
High Botkin
Wm Varnall
Nathn Moon
James Manifo ld
Henry Haggard
John fryer
Alexander Mcgloghln
Joseph taylor
James Wa ldin
David Waldon
Jas Pinkerton
Jno Kelley
Humphry Donelson
Robart Smith
Robert Davis
Levi Isbels
David taylor
David Walker
Chas Thomas
Jeusha Davise
Jacob Adams
Fields Morce
Ezacirick Dillard
David fields
Wm Miller
David berd
J. Fielding Davis
Lisha dilard
Robt Jerman
Thos. Whitten
Benjman Cooper
Benson Davis
William Cooper
James Barns
Wm. Lovelady
Thomas Lovelady
Jese Lyniffin(?)
Wm. Hatcher
Haney Person
Joseph Wi llson
Philip Roberts
John Baskin
Edmun Ellerge
Masheeck tipton
Mordica Tipton
Henry Rogers
Wm Chrusen
Aaron Chreyen
Ma Chrousem (?)
Samue1 McKnigh t
Jno Thomas
Henry Turner
Muler Isbels
Valentine Shoults
William Colvert
William Henderson
John Parker
James Runion
James Rand les
John Randles
Daniel Small
Robt Davis
Wm Blackburn
Philip Koonce
Shadr Jerman
Nathaniel Seudder(?)
-164Andrew Bird
Jonathan Bird
Adam Tooley
Ricd Searcy*
Reyford Rut1in
John Searcy*
Daniel Richmond
Richard Searcy*
Jas Saunders
Wm Crabtree
Jas Aouate(?)
Joseph Wright
John Doak
William Donne1y(?)
William Donnell Jun Robert Donnell
Joseph Boyers
Robert Hancock
James More
John Foster
Jesse Thompson
Alex Hicks
Jno Brownlee
Blake Hedley
Mathew Richmond
Jas Richmond
Wm McNeeley
Luke Osburn
Robert Mitcheel
Joseph Crabtree
Robert Tipton
Wm Donnell
Samuel Donnely (or
Alexander Donnely*
bradien
Donnell)
Jas Warnick
Wm Smith
Wm Mclean (or McMun?)
* indicates names marked out.
lEKNESSEANS IN'YAZOO COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
The following abstracts have been contributed by Miss Nina Pepper, P. O. Box 107,
Louise, Mississippi. They were taken from Yazoo County Will Book A.
Thomas Nelson of Madison Co., Tenn •••• wife Charlotte Nelson ••• Sons Charles F.
Nelson, John H. Nelson, L.B. Nelson ••• grandson John F. Wilkerson ••• daughters
Sarah R. Nelson, Nancy Nelson. Son John H. Nelson, Executor. Date 30 Jan. 1835,
recorded 21 Apr. 1843. Recorded, 2 pages 79 and 80, Bk. 2, Madison Co., Tenn.;
Recorded Bk. A, p. 66, Yazoo County.
William Watts Jones of Fayette Co., Tenn •..• wife Elizabeth Margaret Jones, Executrix ... Witnesses, Henry G. Smith, Benj. Yates Trotter, Nicholas Long. Date 19 Aug.
1840. Filed 26 Oct. 1840, Somerville, Tenn. Recorded 8 Dec 1845, Bk. A, p. 72,
Yazoo County, see also Bk. A, p. 158, Yazoo County.
John R. Wilson of Davidson Co., Tenn ••.. wife Eliza P. Wilson, Executrix ... sons
William L. Wilson, Thomas B. Wilson ••• daughters F~nny and Lucy Wilson ••• sister
Sarah Farr of Rutherford County, Tenn •••• niece Elizabeth C. Wilson. Date 9 Oct.
1853. Witnesses, Alexander Fall, John Barry, John A. M. Campbell. Filed 15 Nov.
1854, Rutherford Co., Tenn., 11 Dec. 1854, Yazoo Co., Miss. Recorded Bk. A, p. 189,
Yazoo County.
James R. Burrus. Date 9 May 1861. Wife Laurintena, Guardian and Executrix. Children
Charles Joseph, James R. Jr., Viola Walker, Eliza Singleton. Nephew James H. Burrus.
Codicil: Date 29 May 1861. Nephews Wm. L. Burrus and William Anderson of Tennessee
executors in that state in the estate of William C.J. Burrus. Brothers Philip J.
and Lafayette Burrus. Mentioned Elizabeth Anderson and Sarah W. Brown. Recorded Bk.
A, p. 302, Yazoo County.
James W. Hoggatt of Davidson Co., Tenn. Date 29 Jan. 1863. Wife Mary Ann ••• niece
Emily Gentry of Rutherford Co •••• nephew Sandefer Hoggatt of Davidson Co. Mentioned
John H. Clopton's children, James B. Price, Benj. H. Clopton of Texas, sons of half
sister Sidney Zucori11er ••• my namesake, son of John and Louisa Patton. Executor
Robt. L. Caruthers. Witnesses, John W. Price, R.S. Phillips. Recorded Bk. 19, p.
189, Nashville, Tenn., 2 Nov. 1865. Recorded Bk. A, p. 321, Yazoo County.
laura R. Gale. Renunciation to bequest as widow of William A. Gale, late of Yazoo
County, Miss. Date 19 Dec. 1865. Filed, John B. Padgett, Clerk, of Maury Co., Tenn.
Recorded Bk. A, p. 328, Yazoo County.
Ashley B. Manning of Yazoo County. Brother Reubin Manning of Shelby Co., Tenn ••••
nephew Wm. A. Weathersby of Martin, N. C. Mentioned brother Reubin's children: John
A. Manning, Benj. Manning, Thomas Manning, Martha Manning. Executor Geo. B. Wilkerson.
Witnesses, James McGibboney, P.M. Doherty, Chas. F. Emery. Filed 28 Jan. 1867.
Recorded Bk. A, p. 332, Yazoo County.
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GILES COUNTY, TENNESSEE - PETITION - OCTOBER 5th, 1819
)
(Contributed by Mrs. James O. Maddux, P. O. Box 71, Spring City, Tennessee
37381.)
To William Edmondson
Senetor from Lin Gils
&
Majr. John Clark
Representative from Giles & Lawrence
To the honourable Legislature now in Cession at Murphreys Burrow. We your fellow
citisans ever feeling our dependance on Goverment, doo more Sencibly feel it at this
moment than usual in consequence of our Situation which we Would Wish to make known
to you who has the Reigns of Government in your power and possession at preasnt, and
having it in your power to Save us from
ruin which we Clame at your hands
on those grounds that we are your Constuents for whom the benefit of Goverment was
Instituted and for the Support of that government we have allways been and are willing to Sacrefyse Life and property when necessary to Support it which We in union
with our fellow Citisans have Evinst to the World in the last warr and We your humble
petitioners believeing that for our deficulties in Setling our Goverments territory
and in consequence of the deficulty in Set ling the Wilderness and in Causing it to
bee COme respectable countys and in placeing the Cuntry in a Situation to bee benefitial to Goverment and without but little reall advantage to our Selves unless the
Goverment avocat to wanas us as hereto fore it has dun with those that has allways
been permitted to Set Still in there possissions which was the reason that Caused us
to incounterthe dificultys of Setting a Hathen land which we could dOb with out much
money but with much dificulty and great hardship is hopeing that this honorable body
would one day Give us the benefit of our labours in permiting us to Save the Improvements that We have made by laying a Warrant on the same for which purpose a number
of us has pres end Warrants for that Special purpos and if not permited Sow to doo
must bee compeld to leve our houses and homes pore as they are and Goo where we know
not, it Greves our hearts to leve a State which Stands higher in fame than any other
in the union and to think at the riske of our lives it has in part obtaind this
Reputation, and now we must be drove from the Soile that wee expected to live and die
on and instead of us Speculators must have the Land and we poor people by thousands
turnJ out of house and home to gratify the ambition of the Rich whoo has dun but
little for the defence of the Cuntry when it came to handling the Shooting Irons this we ask at your hands for our willingness to Serve you - and feeling proud to be
cald a citisan of Tennessee it gives us pane to think that the goverment would act
setch a part toward us as to Compell us to leve the State which we must doo if we
cant get a Small portion the Soile to Raise our famlys on, and to see the Widow and
the orphant turnd out of doors on those principalls whose partner and parrant is now
lying in the cole damp ground on the bank of the Mississippia below New Orleans at
this consideration the tear steals from our Eyes what must his gost say to see his
offspring and boosome friend treated thus by a goverment for whome he spent his life
to support - a circumstane of this is within the wrighters own knowledge and it is
fact known to many
goverment we hope and trust will support Thousands who are
sow dependant on them and then they may rest assured that Setch people as has placst
them on the pinical of Fame will Still bee more than Willing ever to Come at thire
Call or goo at thire Comands for which we pledge our Selves to doo at all times as
your humble petitioners etc etc
)
John Fleming
Etijha Dodson
John McCuson (?)
Wm Hendricks (?)
Wm (?) Kenmore
John Robertson
Joseph Rea
Wm (?) Rea
Margeret Rea Wd
Sally Stewart Wd
Dru(?) Sila Cook
Isaac Simpson
Josiah Wasson
1 Bailey Needham
John homer
Isaac Needham
Hannah Scot Wd
Jain Deve!! (Dever?)
John Chians (Chism?)
Isaac Wilcockson
David Wilcockson Junr
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David Wilcokson senr
Jos Blair
Jos Pickens
Francis Ross
Daniel C atbirth (u ?)
Israil Pickens
Thos Morrow
Leonard Marron
John Muse (Mase?)
Andrew Ewings
John C. Stephenson
Mathew Mc graw
Mery Busbie (Brisbie?)
Sherad Buzby (Brizby?)
Wesley Simpson
Asbury Simpson
James Smith
John Campbell
Hugh Campbell
William McConnell
m Katey (?)
Robert Rankin
Foster Mc gahon
William thornton
John E. Mayfield
Wm. ~erramore (P?)
Andrew Turnbow
Wm Brackenridge
Reuben Rigs
John Samuel
Steven Samuel
William Henry
Zadich Hudson
John hughs Ban1s (?)
Wm Pratt
Zachariah Tenison
Peter Swanson
Robert Brashares
Alexander Campbell
James Adkinson
William Pery
James Buford
Harrison Hicks
John Conner
Hugh Cook
John riddle
John Gilbert
William ezell
Alexander Tennen (Lennen?)
George Cohen
Joseph Abernath
John Dewarine (Dewain?)
Buck Berthal
John Montgomery
Joseph Ketler (Trotter?)
Adam Morris
Samuel H Dotson
Henry M. Mayfield
John Menifee
Amos david
James Simmons
Henry Seales
Thomas Stanford
Marcus Mitchell
William Marbow (Marham?)
Robert Wilson
James McBride
Fountain Lester
Spencer Clack (Clarke?)
Wm C. Mayfield
James Fenney (Finny?)
Elisha B. Mayfield
Frank Smith
Bejemun Cross
Mc aker Connel
Charles Recer (Dever,Davis?)
John Arnet (Ainet?)
James Magi 11
James Arnet
James Hooks
Miller Tidwell
Jales Webb (Welb?)
Elisha Bryant
Merada Bunch
Vinson Tidwell
John Conne 11
James McKirkhen (?)
William Webb
William Mc cabe
Nathaniel Burges
Peter Powel
William Harnnon (Hammon?)
Levina Cooper
Archibald houston
David Tarpley
Hugh Bratton (?)
John McKissack
Thomas B. Henry (Haney?)
James li (M?) Pipin
(Pipkin, Parker?)
Thos McKissack (?)
david Meade
Samuel Co~ (Cord?)
Stephen Shelton
James Conner
Graves ~ester (N, H?)
Starling Graves (Grove?)
Thomas Steel
Thomas Wi lkeson
Robert Steel
William Fine
Jorden Ward
Jacob Burn (Brun ?)
Wilton F. Jankens (Flanker?)
John P. Norville (?)
Danie 1 Woods
John Phillips
Robt Ross
Jno Garner
Robert Black
William Kile
John S. Keaselig
Mathew Davenport
Issom (?) Hutson
William Pride
Etheldrid Bunn (Burn ?)
Hugh Gibson
Burges Williams
John Browning
John McNight (McKight?)
John Adams
John Hicks
Lahugh (?) Hopkins
John Kenon (Renan?)
John gaugh
Joseph Duson (Deeson?)
Elias C Meres
(Cillens,Cellers?)
Jesse Weathers
Charles Marlow
Achilis Tenill
James Coo~y (Coovy?)
William Livermore (?)
J
Wasson
Benjamin White
William Edwards
James McCalbertes
(McCaff erty ?)
Vincent Story
Ezikiel Jons
Enoch Needham (R ?)
Wilm Dever
Wm ~ Rutledge (?)
Wm Blck ~ley
Samuel J. Rutledge
Geo. Clanton
Jno W Clanton
Wm Garrett
John W (M?) Jones
Jacob-Bogard (?)
Abraham Bogard (?)
Ricard Scott
Henry Perkins
Samuel Davis
William Codmer
(Coames, Coomes?)
Joseph Perkins
Hezekiah Jones
John Alexander
Wm Lowery (Rogers?)
Phillip Church
Peter Bigs
Eli Hope
George Cockburn (?)
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Samuel Warren
Jeremiah bates
Daniel Mitchl
Richd Huson
Joseph Morton
Roswell Seton
David White
William Byrum
John Shaden
John Q. Young (?)
John Jurden
Will iam Bynum
Moses Hill
William Rogers
T. Kirk~ey (?)
John 1 (S?) Lindsey
Henry Peden
William Gentry
Jesse West
Jesse ~ullen (P?)
Charles Rosson
Elijah White
Henry White
Thomas Webb
~herod Fulks (M, H?)
Thomas c. Slone (Stone?)
William B. Graves
Simpson White
Adam furny (Burny?)
James Bunch
James Philips
Andrew McPeters
William W. Herron
Wm. Winbourn
William Murrel
Nathaniel Harris
William Criamer
John Gravs
Boler Faris
Samuel Y. Anderson
Ricerd McAbly (?)
Jones Quinby (Gwinby?)
John black
Charles Warren
Daniel Greer
Isaac ~undle (?)
Thos. Bratton
A. McKissac.k
Larkin Menyfee (?)
William Pippin
Burk Gray (Graves?)
William Harris (?)
Jesse Marier (?)
San~l Cox Sen
Ta_ker Cox (Tucker?)
David Gr~ve (?)
James Read
James More
Lewis Conner
Andrew McKu~che~
(McKutchen?)
Elijah Anthony
John Matthew (?)
Carso~ P. Read
Benjamin Tutt (Scott?)
Samuel Karson (Carson?)
Jcshm Horn (Hain, House?)
William Brown
Graves Steel
John Simpson
John More
John Oxford
John Brandon
Richard Brandon
James Adams
John davidson
Ro lin Tankes ley
Davison hobson
John Lack
Lewis Martin
Anderson Lions (?)
David Porter
David Browning
James 1. Henry
Spencer Bures (?)
Charles buford
Masterson C McCormack
Younger hobson
Richard McEnally
Charles Abernathy
Robert Tinner (Turner?)
Robert McClauson
(McC laurin?)
Quinton Shannon
John Ross
Robert Carnnel
(Cammel, Casnnel?)
P. Monegatler (?)
Nathaniel Moody
John Graves Junr.
John Piper
John Ro~an (?)
William Gilber
Tobias Miller
John McCracken
Watson david
William ~ow (Bow?)
John S. Bayty
John Dossley (Dufley?)
John Evin (Ewin?)
Larkin Webb
William W~lls (Wills?)
Hugh Adams
Ransog Wils (Wels, UrIs?)
Joseph Rily
Robert Harris
John White
Nathan Davis
John Powell
James Simmons
Thomas Phillips
Robert Wine (Wane, Shine?)
William Hail
Henry Hester (Huter?)
John McAnnack (McCarmack?)
William Snow
Kenan McMilen
Parks Baley
James Duglass
Agness Charter, widow
Thomas Duglas
Tolbot Hail
E. Bailey
arid huston
James Hous ton
William .!!owel (Powel?)
Mary Donnelson, widow
Joseph _ _ly
John Webb
Phillip
_
Robert
Jesse Glover
William Werry
(Sherry, Shores?)
Joseph Anthony
William Perrus (Perry?)
Na thanie 1
_
Tom Horn (Norge?)
Thomas Billingsly
Larsus Mangock (?)
Isaac Mayfield
James Becker
A. N. Hicks
Thomas Smith
Richard 1ann (?)
Robert Anderson
Caleb Hill
Sally Brown, widow
Widow Tenny
Samuel Anderson
William Simpson
William R. Cox
William M. H~rley
George Barnes
William H. Dossett (?)
James Jennings
Geo. W. Camppbell
Stephen Lea (Lewis?)
Geo. COi_;row (Gainerow?)
James Ellis
Claburn Pickett
George Allen Sr.
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WILL OF JAMES C. ALDERSON
(Found among the loose papers of Roane County, Tennessee, and contributed by Mrs.
Ernest Hutcherson, Post Office Box 154, Rockwood, Tennessee 37854.)
Labeled on the outside of self-envelope fold:
Murray County, Columbia Post Office.
In the name of God, amen. I James C. Alderson of the County of Su~ner & State of
Tennessee, being verry Sick & weak in (or, in perfect health of body, but or, &) of
perfect mind & memory, thanks be given unto God; Calling to mind the morality of my
body, and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain
this my last will & testament, that is to say principally & first of all I give and
recommend my Soul into the hands of the almighty God that gave it; and my body I
recommend to the earth, to be buried in a decint Christian burial, at the discretion
of my Executors; nothing doubting but at the general resurrection, I Shall receive
the Same again, by the mighty power of God.
And as touching such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this
life, I give demise, & dispose of the same in the following manner and form.
I Give & bequesth to Jane my beloved wife during her natural life one negrowoman by
name rose, one Feather bed & furniture & one womans saddle & bride1s It is my will
& desire that the balance of my negroes, By Name Charles Savi1e peter Judia Susanna
& Maria be kept together unti11 my youngest daughter Jincy Stephenson arrive to Six
years of age Or Pl;d In case one of my Eldest daughters Should marry Sarrah or nancy
then for a division to take place in the negroes Equally among all my children Sarah
Nancy Betty daniel Mary & Jincy Stephenson all the Increase of the negro woman rose
also to go to my Children Equally, All the rest of my movable property Such as
cattle Hogs & Horses with all my farming utenci1s & House hold furniture to be Sold;
& the money app1yed to payoff my debts & All Just debts coming to my Estate also to
be App1yed to the same use
Lastly, I appoint & constitut John Polk & my wife Jane as my lawful Executors to thfu
my last will & testament, revoking & disanu1ing all Other will But this and this on~.
In witness whereof I have hereunto Set my hand & Seal this the Twenty Seventh day of
October, In the year of our lord One thousand Eight hundred & Ten Signed Sealed,
published pronound and declared
by the said James C. Alderson as his
last will and testament in the
J.C. Alderson (Seal)
presence of us who in his presents and
in Each others presents have hereunto
Subscribed c~r names
Jared Hotchkiss
H. K. Hotchkiss
(On the back side of the paper is the following which has been marked through all up
and down the lines;)
State of Tennessee
Roane County
March Session 1811
The Execution of the within Will & Testament was proven in open Court by Jarrod
Hotchkiss & H.K. Hotchkiss the two Subscribing witnesses Let the Registrer In
Testimony whereof I William Brown Clerk of the Circuit held for the County of Roane
have hereunto set my hand & private Seal having no Seal of office 4th March 1811
W. Brown Clerk of the Circuit Court
Roane County
-169ANCESTORS ARE WHERE YOU FIND THEM
Abstracted by Jewel B. Standefer (Mrs. Edwin M.)
ALABAMA NEWSPAPER EXTRACTS (Compiled by Kathleen Paul Jones and Pauline Jones Gandrud,
311 Caplewood Terrace, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401) P. 49: Obituary of Rachael, wife
of Thomas G. Birdwell, and dau of Robert and Nancy Oliver, Aug. 16, 1837, Rachael
was born in Davidson Co. Tenn. Her parents moved to Giles Co. Tenn. She left a bereaved husband and four small children, aged 27.
P. 71: Administrator's Notice, Jan. 9, 1839 - Letters of Adm'r on est of Benjamin
Box, dec'dlate of Fayette Co., granted to Lisles Box. (Note: a query in Dropped
Stitches Column, "Commercial Appeal," Memphis, Tenn., states that he moved from New
River, Tenn.)
P. 92: Oct. 6, 1841 - Info wanted concerning the children of John and Rosanna S.
Diven, formerly of Winchester, Va. Mr. Diven moved from Winchester to Knoxville,
Tenn. in l8il, where on the 26 of Aug. of that year, Mrs. Diven died leaving two surviving children, Mary and Susan. Mr. Diven shortly afterwards moved from Knoxville
to Mobile,Afa. where he again married. The girls, Mary and Susan who had been left
near Knoxville,were then taken to Mobile. Their friends in Winchester having received no information from them, except that in a letter from Mrs. Eliza Ramsey,
dated Athens, Tenn. May 3, 1838, to David Deadrick, Esq. of Knoxville, they were referred to a Mr. Phillip or G. S. Gaines of Mobile, who Mrs. Ramsey said could give
information concerning them. Information of importance should be directed to Mr.
John Fletcher, Winchester, Va. (Note by Gandrud: In 1965, Mrs. S. E. Godfrey, Jr.,
P. O. Box 221, Eufaula, Ala. wrote: Mary Ann Diven, 2nd wife of Allen Gloyer', was
born in Winchester, Va. 1807, and died in Demopolis, Ala., 1858. Her father was
John S. Diven, and she had a sister who lived in Mobile, ca 1830.)
HISTORY,OF CALLAWAY COUNTY, MISSOURI (National Historical Society, St. Louis, Mo.,
1884, J.B •. Standefer, 727 Goodlett, Memphis, Tenn. 38111) P. 763: William Greene
Burks (Pere) and John W. Burks (Fils): Mr. William Greene Burks, one of the eldest
citizens of this state is a native of Tenn., born Wilson Co., 1810, and was the son
of Samuel Burks, originally of N. C. He was brought up on a farm in Tenn. and at
the age of twenty-five, in 1835, married Miss Anna Walker of Tenn. The following
year he moved to Missouri. His wife died in Moniteau Co., Mo. There were four
children of this union: Bird B.; Eliza F.; Samuel H. and Sonora. Two others died
in infancy. In 1852, Mr. Burks married Miss Louisa Granstaff, dau of John Granstaff,
formerly of Tenn. Three children by this union: John W.; George Washington; Robert
E. Lee Burks. Three besides are deceased: Thos. Jefferson; Matilda Ann; and an
infant. John W. Burks, a son by his second marriage was born in 1853, Moniteau Co.,
Mo.
P. 780: Samuel Jones, born St. Charles Co., Mo., son of Stephen Jones of Ky. and
Charlotte Secrease, of Ohio. In 1876, Samuel Jones married Miss Eveline Patrick
of Mississippi Co., dau of Robert Patrick of Tennessee, who came to Mo. in 1558.
Robert Patrick is of the same stock as Robert, Benjamin and Ge s. Mrs. Jones'
mother was Cynthia Vasser of the Cumberland Valley in Tenn.
ECHOES (East Tennessee Historical Society, Lawson McGhee Library, Knoxville, Tenn.
June, 1967) P. 484: Query: Samuel McCracken b. Jan. 11, 1783, N. C. had bros.
John, Ephriam, Joseph, Thos., Jas., Robert; sis. Sallie and Jennie; to Ill. 1832 to
fight Black Hawk War. A Sam'l McCracken md Margaret Mcquire, Dec. 26, 1807,
Williamson Co., Tenn. Man of same name served in Steele's W. Tenn. Mil. 1812,
against Creek Indians under Andrew Jackson. Sent by Mrs. Evelyne McCracken, 211 E.
Vine St., Greenville, Ill. 66246.
Alexander Dyer, b. Tenn., age 60, 1850 census Sullivan Co., Tenn. d. Mar. 17, 1856;
m. Mary King, also age 60, 1850, b. Tenn. Ch: Wm. born Dec. 24, 1817; Thoma&, Dec.
15, 1819; Susan, Aug. 13, 1821; David, Feb. 19, 1823; Jas. Allen, Jan. 26, 1525;
John, Mar. 6, 1827; Sarah, Nov. 1, 1829; Mary Amanda, May 6, 1830; Robert., Feb. 16,
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1832; Samuel, Jan. 8, 1834.
Creskill, N. J. 07626.
Sent by Mrs. George C. Westby, 344 Jefferson Ave.,
WEST TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY PAPERS (Aaron M. Boom, Editor, Memphis State University, Memphis, Tenn. 38111) 1963, P. 66-84: IlEarly Times in Weakley Co., Tenn. 1l
Taken from an address made by Col. John A. Gardner, July 4, 1876, in Dresden, Tenn.
Earliest pioneer settlers: 1819-1825.
James Somers, Esq.
Capt. James Smith
Dr. J. A1mus Gardner
John & Pe1eg Terrill
Perry Vincent
Dr. Jubilee Rogers
Ben. Bondurant
Richard Porter
Jeptha & Alfred Gardner
Robert Powe 11
Nelson Nailling
Vincent Rust
Claiborne Stone
Thomas Parham
John H. Reavis
R. C. Wi lliams
M.H.G. Williams
Capt. Wm. Martin
Levi Mizell
Joseph Wilson
John Webb
John F. Cavitt, Esq.
Henry & John Stephenson
Isaac & Wm. Willingham
Capt. John Rogers
Jesse B. Davis
Peter Wi lliams
Masco Martin
Littleton F. Abernathy
Benj. Farmer
Samue 1 McGowan
Dr. Morrison
John Cook
Arthur Boyd
John Huggins
James Wilson
Wm. H. Johnson
J. R. Shultz
Stephen Smart
Wm. Webster
John H. Moore
Alex: Paschall of Carroll Co.,N.C.
and his son, Jesse Paschall, Ala.
(Daniel Laswell and his 3 sons:
(Daniel, Joseph, Teter
Samuel Majors
John & George Horton
Peter Mooney
Reuben & King Clark
Henry Chambers
James Ashley
Bassett Beadles
Dudley Glass, Jr.
(Reuben Edmonson & His f in law
(Mr. Glasgow
James Drew
Levi Clark
Israel Jones
Thos. Etheridge
A. Clemens
J. W. Rogers
John Jenkins
Duke Cantrell
Wm. Hillis
Alfred Bethel
F. A. Kemp
Calloway Hardin
Robert Moseley
E. D. Dickson
James Hornbeak
John & Geton Bradshaw
Richard Drewery
John Grundy, son of Felix
Col. Mears Warner
John Scarbrough
Jonathan Fowler
Gilbert Patterson
Thos. Osborne
Andy Denning
John Brawner
Isaac Crews
Robt. Gilbert
Jonathan Gilbert
Alfred Smith
Wm. Hamilton
Ned Bucy
Francis Liddle
John O. Neal
Jim Kennedy
John Thomas
Dan'l Campbell
Sam Morgan
Elijah Stanley
Dan Shaw's father
Wm Gay
Hayden E. Wells
E. P. latham
Thos. Ross
John Hanna
George Marr
Bush & Dobb1ebres
(2 Dutchmen)
David Crockett
J. W. Byrd
Warren Walker
Ridgeway's family
Buckley family
Killebrew family
Kilgore family
Snow family
Owen family
others mentioned.
THE ARKANSAS FAMILY HISTORIAN (Arkansas Genealogical Society, Box 587, Conway,
Ark. 72032) Vol IV, Spring 1966, P. 61: Mrs. Dessie V. McKinney, Box 4, Prairie
Lea, Tex. 78661, lists her line as: Henry McKinney, b. Tenn., 1809, d. Texas 1838.
Ch: Elizabeth, David, John and Jonathan, twins. Old Three Hundred - Abner Harris;
Wm. Beard m. Martha Harris; Wm. Barrett; Andrew Roberts, son of Wm. Roberts; Abner
Hodge; A. Pebehouse.
(CcntiL~ed
Lcxt q~arter)
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TENNESSEANS IN TEXAS
(Abstracted by Mr. and Mrs. William Lusk Crawford from
"! Memorial And Biographical History of Johnson and Hill Counties, Texas"
published by The Lewis Publishing Co., Chicago, 1892)
(Continued From Last Quarter)
SAMUEL and NANCY HARLIN had ten children, namely: Jennie, who married Mr. Welsh, deceased; George, who married Ruth Springer, deceased; James, deceased, who married
Polly Crawford; Stephens, who married Tishie Goodall, deceased; John; Alexander, who
married Nancy Frain, deceased; Lucy, who wedded John Comer, deceased; Isaac, deceased,
who married Nancy Comer and Calvin, deceased, who married Eliza Ann Welch.
JOHN and LUCY MEADOW had nine children, as follows: Wesley, who married Clemmie
Dodson; Polly; Wilson, who married Jane Jenkins; Nelson, deceased; Elizabeth, who
married'Ihcrr,as :.chan;, since dead; Smith, who married Sally Oglesby; Calvin, deceased; Sarah Ann, who became the wife of Asbury; Celsar; Mardy, who married Amanda Hayes,
deceased. (p5C8-9)
DR. J. C. WEAVER, physician of Johnson County, was born in Tennessee in 1824, the
second child of Green and Nelly (Record) Weaver, natives of North Carolina. The father was a prominent merchant of Murray County, and in 1827 moved to Carrollton,Green
County, Illinois. In 1836 went to Dubuque, Iowa. In 1840 moved to Red River County
Texas. The paternal grandfather of our subject, Shedrick Weaver, was of English parentage and served in Rev. War under George Washington. The maternal grandfather,
Sion Record, was a veteran of Rev. War. Green Weaver was twice married, first to the
mother of our subject, and they had four sons, viz: Tinsley, deceased; S. S., deceased; W. T. G. The mother died in 1839 and in 1840 the father married Miss Nancy McRorrey of this state and daughter of James McRorrey, a native of Ireland, and an
early settler of Texas. They had seven children: Mary, widow of Mr. Mosely, of
Eastern Texas; Samuel H. who lives in Hopkins County; David S. of Bosque County;
Walter; Joe and Maggie. Mr. weaver died in 1863 at the age of sixty-eight years.
Dr. J. C. Weaver moved to Collin County Texas in 1853, to Gainsvi11e in 1857 and to
this County in 1863. The Dr. was married in 1850 to Miss Margaret Young, a native
of Kentucky, and a daughter of Andrew S. and Mary (Mathews) Young who came to this
state from Kentucky in 1836. Dr. and Mrs. Weaver have two children: A. Y. and
Gertrude, wife of Nathan F. Sparks, Jr. of this place. (p509-11)
HESTER A. BALES, widow of John Bales, early settlers of Johnson County. He was a son
of Solomon and Elizabeth (Blackburn) Bales, natives of Tennessee and Wales. They
had six daughters and one son: Lydia, deceased, was the wife of Emery Jones; Elizabeth, deceased, was the wife of Morris Standard; Lavina, deceased, was formerly
Mrs. Morris Standard; Mary, widow of Morris Standard; Rebecca, wife of Eli Crosswright;
and Cynthia, deceased, was the wife of Samuel Myers. John Bales was born in Ohio,
married in Illinois, moved his family to Illinois and later to Texas. He served in
Confederate Army. Mr. and Mrs. Bales were married in 1856, in Fulton County, Ill.
and had five children: Lavina, wife of Watson Warren, of Batesville, Arkansas;
William of this County; Sadie, widow of John Luster of Batesville, Arkansas; Morris
and Thomas. Mr. Bales died December 14, 1878 at the age of fifty one. Hester Bales
is a daughter of William and Sarah (Story) Marvell, natives of Delaware. The family
came from England long before the war for independence. Mr. & Mrs. Marvell had
eleven children, nine now living: Henry, William, Joseph, Marmaduke, Samuel, Frances,
Louis, Hester A. and Rachel B., wife of James Chamberlin. The sons reside in Fulton
Co. Ill., except Henry who lives in Colorado. (p5l2-l3)
DR. J. M. GRIFFIN was born Dec. 15, 1831 in Talladega Co., Ala. He became a resident of Hill Co. in 1854 after one years residence in Rusk Co. In 1856 he married
Miss Mollie E. Cex sister of John P. Cox, Sheriff of Hill County. She was born in
-172Texas May 27, 1839. Their six children: Sallie A., wife of Dr. Vaughan, of Vaughan,
Hill County; Grace, wife of E. H. Edens; Rod, a stockman of Ariz.; Jessie, wife of
J. M. Word of Aquilla; John and Fred. Dr. Griffin's father David Griffin, was born
in Georgia in 1805, and was married to Miss Mollie Mahan in 1827, she being born in
Tenn. in 1814, a daughter of John Mahan, of Ala. He died in Rusk Co. Texas in 1890
at the age of eighty five. (p513)
J. B. SUMNER of Hill County is of English descent and his ancestors are as follows:
William Sumner, born in Bicester, England, in 1605, was married Oct. 22, 1625 to
Mary West. They came to New England in 1636, and settled in Dorchester, Mass. He
died Dec. 9, 1688. His son, William, was born at Bicester, England. He lived in
Boston where he died in Feb. 1675. He married Elizabeth, a daughter of Augustine
Clement and they had ten children, one of whom, Clement, was born Sept. 6, 1671. He
was married in May 1698, to Margaret Harris, and they both lived and died in Boston.
Their son, William, was born March 18~ 1699, was a physician, and was married Oct.
11, 1721 to Hannah Hunt. Their son, Benj~min, born Feb. 5, 1737, was a Revolutionary Colonel. He was married May 20, 1858, to Prudence Hubbard. He died in 1815 and
his wife in 1821. One of their children, William Benjamin, was born in Conn., Oct.
4, 1762, was a Revolutionary Colonel and died at St. Paul, Arkansas, Jan. 1, 1849.
He was married March 20, 1782, to Esther Burnham, who died at Dalton, New Hampshire,
Jan. 6, 1840. Their son, Hiram Burnham Sumner, was born July 9, 1801, and was married at Broadalbin, N. Y., March 11, 1830, to Mary Sumner. He moved to Madison, Ark.
many years before the war, then he and his brother came to Hill County, Texas and
purchased a large tract of land from Jonathan Sherwood's heirs. The subject of this
sketch moved to this land in 1871. J. B. Sumner, our subject, was born in Lake Co.,
Ohio, in 1834. He was educated in Ark. where his family had moved in an early day.
He was in Confederate Army. From 1865 to 1871 Mr. Sumner was a farmer in Ark. and in
1871 came to Texas and settled on the land his father had left him. In 1857 he was
married to Emily Bolinger, a native of East Tenn., born in 1829 and a daughter of
Frederick Bolinger, who was born in North Carolina in 1796. He married Mary Hunter,
and they were the parents of nine children. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner had seven children:
Charles E.; J. F.; B. F.; Lizzie, wife of Dr. McLean of Itasca; Rachel A.; Harvey
Vernal, and Mary Bell, dec'd. (p515-16)
JAMES B. CHORN was born in Alabama in 1831, a son of Ebenezer H. and Jane M. (Barnes)
Chorn, natives of Ky. and Virginia and of Welsh and Scotch - Irish parentage. The
Chorn family came to America long prior to the War for independence. The parents
had seven children: J. B.; William W., who was killed at the battle of Peachtree
Creek, near Atlanta, in 1862; Martha J., wife of M. H. Rich; Harriet M., deceased,
was the wife of Rev. J. H. Erwin; and Polly P., deceased, was wife of J. N. Larkin.
The father died in 1840 at the age of 40 years, and the mother in 1889, aged 87
years. In 1869 Mr. Chorn came to Johnson Co. Texas from Jackson Co., Ala. In 1863
he enlisted in Company K, Fourth Tennessee Calvary Regiment under General Forrest.
He was captured and sent to Rock Island, Ill. where he remained from Jan. 28, 1864
to Feb. 13, 1865. Mr. Chorn came out of the War a physical wreck, never having been
able to do any work until he came to Texas in 1869. He married Mary E. Criner, a
native of Madison Co., Ala., a daughter of Granville and Martha W. (Barns) Criner.
Mr. and Mrs. Chorn have nine children: Ecenezer H.; Martha W., deceased; Rebecca,
deceased; William T.; Lillie, deceased; Sam B.; Granville E.; James I.; and Manerva
J. deceased. (p5l1-2)
THOMAS H. DENTON is a native of Newton Co. Mo. born August 22, 1854. His father
Addison T. Denton was of English descent, born in Lunenburgh Co. March 2, 1809 and
died near Caddo Grove, Johnson Co. Texas March 18, 1882. When a child of six years
his father removed to Middle, Tenn. and settled in Williamson Co. He participated in
the Seminole War and in 1839 married Miss Frances A. Potter. She is yet living at
age 72 years. Addison T. Denton removed to Ill. in l847<and in 1852 family went to
Missouri. He served three years in Civil War under General Price. His oldest son,
Jones Denton, died at Little Rock, Ark. in 1862 a soldier in the Confederate Army.
-173Mr. and Mrs. Denton were parents of seven children: Sarah T. Jones, deceased;
William A., deceased; Martha, Thomas H., Theophi1us and Alice. Thomas H. Denton in
1865 came to Grayson Co. Texas. Sept. 8, 1875 he married Miss Margaret T. Sledge a
native of Georgia, born in Floyd Co. Nov. 7, 1859. In 1864 her father moved to Hill
Co. Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Denton have six children: Mary M., Lucy N., George T., deceased, Lawrence C., Cora, deceased, and Luther, deceased. (p516-18)
T. H. OSBORN was born in GreeneCo. Ala. in 1851 a son of Dr. T. C. and H. C.
(McClellan) Osborn. The father was a native of Tenn., removed to Ala. when a young
man where he engaged in practicing medicine. Our subject started for Texas in 1873
but located in Monroe, La. He married in Lincoln Parish in 1877, Sallie M. Riser a
daughter of Adam and Amelia (McElroy) Riser. After farming in Lincoln Parish five
years Mr. Osburn came to Cleburne, Texas. They have two children living: Laura A.
and Ethel. Thomas C. Osborn, M. D., was born in Nashville, Tenn. May 9, 1818 and
was reared in Wilson Co. He selected medicine as a profession in 1838 and prepared
for lectures under Dr. William T. Eatherly of Rural Hill and also at Louisville University. He practiced in Wilson Co. Tenn., Morgan Co. Ala., Greene Co. Ala. and
Dec. 31, 1879 broken in health went to Monroe, La. where he remained two years. His
children had agreed to come to Texas and one Dr. James D. Osborn, already being a
resident of Cleburne, the Doctor came in Oct. 1882. Dr. Osborn married in Morgan Co.
Ala. Jan. 1845, Harriet, a daughter of Col. W. B. McClellan. They had eight children,
six of whom still survive: James D., Martha Caroline, Thomas, Laura Elizabeth and
Mary Ethel. (p518-19)
)
W. F.EEAR~
deceased, was born in Thomas Co. Georgia Aug. 21, 1836, the fifth child
of George L. and Katherine (Wright) Heard. His mother was a native of Knoxville,
Tenn. Mr. Heard's boyhood was spent in Georgia and when about 13 his family came to
Tyler Co. Texas. In 1861 he enlisted in the Confederate Army under Col. James
Harrison. Mr. Heard was married in Cleburne, February 4, 1872 to Miss S. E. Allen.
Mrs. Heard is a native of Cartersville, Ga. a daughter of William and Emily (Phillips)
Allen, the father a native of Ohio and mother of Ky. Mr. Heard died Jan. 21, 1888.
He leaves four children, Clyde L, Felix, Mary and Allen. (p519-21)
W. J. DODSON of Kopperl, Bosque Co., was born in Trinity Co., Texas in 1855 a son of
Thomas Dodson, who was born in Tennessee in 1824. When a young man the father came
to Houston Co., Texas. He married Martha, a daughter of William Cresey, of Miss.,
and they had five children: George; Mollie, who is married; W. J., our subject; and
Annie Taylor. Jesse Dodson the grandfather of our subject was a native of Tenn.
W. J. Dodson located in Hill Co. in 1876. He married in 1879 Eliza English of Texas,
a daughter of James English who died in 1871. He and Mrs. Dodson have five children,
four of whom are now living; Arthur, Bettie, Thomas, and Eugene. (p525-26)
JOHN S. KING was born in Madison Co., West Tennessee Oct. 30, 1827. His father
William G. King, was born in Bertie Co., N. C. July 20, 1798, and his mother whose
maiden name was Elizabeth L. King, was born in 1802. The parents married in N. C.
in 1820 and moved to Tenn. the following year and remained until 1835. They then
went to South Ala. where the father died in 1857 and mother in 1864. Nine children
were born of this union, five of whom lived to be grown: Sarah was wife of George
R. Moore and after his death married John Tate; George H., John S., (subject); P. R.
lives in Texas; Theophi1us, deceased, and Francis F. John R. King was married 4 Nov.
1854 to Miss Mary J. Tate who was born Oct. 1830. They had ten children: Thomas G.;
William J.; Mary C., wife of John P. Key; Sarah E., wife of William McKinney; James
H.; Emma, wife of J. B. Teague; Toxie A., Florence 0., Fannie M., and Marie L., all
now living. James H. married Lucy Seagrest, Jan. 8, 1891; Thomas G. married Minnie
E. House; William J. married Nancy J. McGuire. Mr. King carne to Texas in 1870.
(p526-27)
MATTHEW GRAHAM was born in Elizabethtown, Carter Co., Tenn. Feb. 27, 1827. In 1853
came to Texas where he boarded with Joe Bellon Brush Creek, Ellis Co. In 1861 he
-174enlisted in the Confederate Army in Company C. Tenth Texas Infantry under Capt.
Shannon and Col. Nelson. (p527-8)
THOMAS W. WELBORN son of Johnson and Elicia (Knight) Welborn. The father was born in
Marshall Co. Tennessee, in 1813. The Welborns are distinguished for service in the
Revolutionary War and are of English descent. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Welborn were
reared in Murfreesboro, Tenn. where they were married in 1840 and in 1867 moved to
Johnson Co. Texas. The father died in this county in 1868 and the mother in 1879.
They were parents of eleven children; James M., a farmer of Bedford Co. Tenn.; Jennie,
wife of W. A. McClean, a farmer near Ft. Worth; John L., farmer Johnson Co.;
William J. of Corpus Christi; Fannie F., deceased, wife of J. K. Hutton; Anna W.,
widow of Dr. Calvin Atchley; Mattie, wife of Dr. C. P. Hudson; Emma, deceased, was
wife of Dr. Allen, of Alvorado; Ella, wife of B. M. Sansom; Thomas W., our subject;
and Alberta, wife of W. A. Sansom of Alvorado. The subject was born in Marshall Co.
Tenn. March 11, 1861 and came to Texas wi':h parents in 1867. (p532-3)
JOHN F. HEROD is a son of James and Hannah (Ratcliffe) Herod. The father was born in
Tennessee about 1800, was a blacksmith and physician by occupation and also a Methodist Minister. The mother was a native of S. C. The parents were married in 1821 in
Tennessee, and moved to Alabama, then Mississippi and in 1851 to Limestone Co. Texas,
where the father died in 1879 and the Mother Nov. 6, 1883. They had twelve children:
Jane, wife of Edmond C. Adams, of Kosciusko, Miss.; Elizabeth, wife of Joseph A.
Harris, of Groesbeck, Texas; John F., our subject;: Sarah, widow of Jack Williams
of Livingston, Texas; Matilda C., wife of Joe Powell, of Pottersville, Texas; George
I., of Thornton; Mary, deceased, was the wife of J. F. Anderson; Charles W. a resident of Persley, Texas; Parmilia A., wife of Thomas Vinson, of Thornton; Prudence A.,
deceased, was the wife of James Vinson of Aquilla. The subject (John F.) was born in
Madison Co. Miss. May 29, 1830. He came to Limestone Co. Texas with his parents and
three years later to Hill Co. In 1863, Mr. Herod enlisted in Parson's Regiment,
Twelfth Texas Calvary and served until the close of the war. He married in 1855,
Sarah Anderson, and they had five children: Martha, now Mrs. Pitts; Mary, wife of
Dr. Baldwin; Cornelia, now Mrs. Deshazo; Levina, deceased; and James L. at home. The
wife and mother died in 1883 and in 1886 he married Mrs. Nannie E. Galyen, and they
have one child, Charles F. Mrs. Galyen, nee Nannie Chambers, was born Feb. 2, 1853
and her father was born in N. C. in 1812. He was a farmer and miller by occupation
and was married in Illinois in 1834. They raised a family of ten children, seven now
living, viz: Hannah, wife of E. H. Trollinger, of Aurora, Missouri; Elizabeth, wife
of Edmond Deson of Miami Co. Kansas; Joseph, of Gholson, Texas; James, a resident of
Bartlett, Kansas; Nannie and Frank, twins, the latter is a resident of Gholson,
Texas; and Belle, wife of T. E. Spivey of Pearsall, Texas. The parents moved to
Arkansas in 1841 where they remained until 1864 and then moved to Raleigh, Mo. They
subsequently went to Georgetown, Ill. and in 1876 to Waco, Texas, and they now reside in Gholson, McLennan Co. Mrs. Herod was first married in Ill. Aug. 9, 1870 to
A. S. Galyen, who died the same year they came to Texas. They had three children:
John T. of Gholson; Hattie L. at home; and Rosa Lee, who died in childhood. (p533-4)
HOWARD HIX of Johnson Co. was born in Monroe Co. Ky. in 1852, the seventh child of
G. B. and M. J. Hix. The father bought 1600 acres of land in this county in 1858.
He joined the Confederate Army in 1862. The father died in Ky. in 1865 and the next
year the family came to Johnson Co. and settled on the land. Howard Hix married in
1872 to Miss Fannie Donohoo, a native of East Tennessee and they had four children.
(p54l)
DAVID R. JACKSON, a pioneer of Johnson Co., was born in Orange Co., N. C. in 1825
the eldest son of Brice and Mary (Ray) Jackson, also natives of N. C. When the son
was 7 mo. old the family moved to West Tennessee where his father died when he was
9 years old. The mother died December 1886 at age of 85 yrs. Their children are:
Martha W., wife of Frank Clarage, of Joshua, this county; David R., our subject;
William G., a farmer of Johnson Co.; I. A., also of this county; Elizabeth, wife of
-175James Renfro; and Mary J., wife of John Hendricks, of Dallas Co. Mr. Jackson's
maternal grandmother was a Robison and her mother's maiden name was Miller. Mr.
Miller came to Texas from Tennessee in 1840 and settled in Cass Co. In 1852, he
moved to Johnson Co. He was a member of first grand jury of that county held in Old
Wardville in June 1856. The jury consisted of the following: James D. Janes, James
N. Evans, Absalom Lott, Elijah Graham, William Boatwright, Isham H. Harris, John
McMillan, Keelin Williams, Moses Barnes, George Chandler, Levi Boatwright, David R.
Jackson, William S. O'Neal, O. P. Hutcheson, John C. Barnes~ Among the incidents of
the setting was the fight between John C. Barnes and John Dyer. In 1863 he entered
the Confederate service in Major's brigade, Stones regiment and served until close
of the war. Mr. Jackson married in Cass Co., in 1850, Miss Ann Gilpin, a daughter
of James B. and Millie (Farrar) Gilpin. To this union was born seven children:
Mary, deceased, was the wife of William H. Jobe; Martha, wife of James Harrison;
Fannie, wife of John Blackwell; John W., deceased at age of 22 years; Hattie, deceased; Josephine, wife of Marion Inman; and Lucy Lee, deceased at age 16 years.
(p54l-3)
G. W. INCE of Derden, Hill Co., was born in Overton Co., Tennessee in 1830, the third
in a family of eight living children, and a son of William M. Ince who was born in
N. C. in 1802. When a young man, the latter moved to West Georgia, later to
Tennessee, and thence to Missouri and finally to Texas. He married Sarah Stockton,
who was born in Tenn. in 1809 and died in 1882. Hts grandfather was the original
settler of and named Stockton Valley in Ky. John Ince, the grandfather of our subject, was born in Ireland in 1774 and when a boy ran away from home and came to
America. His Mother's brother John McCa~ITet, was a sea captain and had charge of
his unruly nephew, but the boy made his escape while unloading the vessel. G. W. Ince
came to Hill Co. from Webster Co., Mo. arriving Feb. 19, 1858. He was married in
Missouri in 1854 to Sarah Ann Calvert, a daughter of Jonathan Calvert, and they had
eleven children, eight of whom are now living: John C. of Hill Co.; Hila J.; Sarah
M., wife of R. H. Conn; Lottie, wife of J. L. Breden; George P. of Hill Co.; Ada,
wife of W. A. Hoffman; Thomas R. and Samuel W. (p544-5)
J. P. BARNES, of Itasca, Hill Co., was born in Williamson Co. Tennessee in 1844, a
son of Roland Barnes, who was born in the same state. The latter was a son of George
Barnes, a soldier in war of 1812. In 1862, Roland Barnes enlisted in Confederate
Army. He died in 1879. He was married to Emily, daughter of William Nolan. J. P.
Barnes, the fifth of eight children, at age of 17 years, enlisted in Confederate
Army in Captain Blockman's Company. In 1872, he came to Johnson Co. Texas and worked
as a farmer on shares for Thomas Sanford. In the fall of 1873 he married Maria, a
daughter of Edgar Jones, and they had three children: Mary, George, and James. The
wife and mother died in 1879 and in 1889 he married Joanna Smith, a daughter of
Daniel Smith, a farmer of Tennessee. They have one child Jessie. (p545)
GEORGE CARMICHAEL of Hill Co. was born in Cherokee Co. Texas Oct. 29, 1855 but has
been a resident of Hill Co. since his seventh year. His parents, John and Anna J.
(Johnston) Carmichael, were born, reared and married in Tennessee, came to Texas
about 1850, and after residing in Cherokee Co. until 1862 came to Hill Co., where
father died in 1863 and mother in 1870. They had five children: Archibald G., a
successful physician who died at Peoria in this county in 1881; John A. D., who died
at Peoria in 1876; Mary J.; George the subject, and Mattie B. (p545-6)
T. E. TOMLINSON, of Hillsboro, was born in Bell Co. Texas in 1857. He is a son of
T. G. Tomlinson of Tennessee, and nee Bohanan, of Virginia. He is the fourth in
order of birth of a family of six children. Mr. Tomlinson was married in 1884, to
Miss Whitney. They had one child, Lela. In March 1885, Mrs. Tomlinson died, and
Nov. 2, 1886 he married Miss Hand. They have two children: Beatrice and Myrtle.
(p549-50)
JAMES MILTON STOUT, of Johnson Co., was born in Tennessee, in 1827, a son of John E.
-176and Mary A. (Bettis) Stout, natives of Ga. The Stout family came from Germany to
America, in an early day, and the Bettis family came from England before the Revolutionary War. John E. Stout moved from Tennessee to Mississippi in 1834. In 1855, he
came to Johnson Co. Texas where he resided until 1875, then removed to Grayson Co.
where he died in 1888, at age of 62 years. He was three times married, first to the
mother of our subject, and they had nine children, eight of whom reached maturity:
Elizabeth, widow of Mr. Truax; James M., our subject; Manerva, deceased, was wife of
William Brown; William, deceased; Jasper, of Texas; Cotuind, wife of A. M. Straune;
Mary, deceased; and John, a resident of Sherman, Texas. In 1862, he joined Company
A. Griffing's Batallion. Mr. Stout was married in 1851 to Miss Jane E. Myer, a daughter of Samuel and Martha (Wallace) Myers, natives of S. C., and German and English
parentage. The paternal grandfather, Moses Myers, came from Germany and settled in
Columbus, S. C. Samuel Myers moved to Indiana in 1832, in 1844 to Miss. and in 1851
to Texas, where he died in 1876; the mother died in 1853. Mr. and Mrs. Myers had ten
children, six of whom reached maturity: D~vid of Indian Territory; John of this
county; Samuel, deceased; Thomas, of Johnson Co.; Eva1ine, deceased; William, deceased;
Susan, deceased, was the wife of Will Kizziar; Helen, wife of William Hunter. Mr.
and Mrs. Stout have had twelve children: Annie, wife of Rev. Jesse Kennedy; A1heons,
deceased; Martha A., wife of John McKee; Katie, deceased; Jeffie, deceased; Samuel,
deceased; Milton, deceased; Jowe1, at home; Ma1eo, wife of Frank Woodward of Dallas;
Elvie, wife of John Bounds, of this county; Nellie, deceased; and Mintie, at home.
(p554-5)
JAMES L. BURGESS, SCill'i ,of Rev. Willis Burgess, was born in Georgia, December 18, 1806
and moved to Williamson Co. Tenn. when a child, with his parents, thence to Texas in
1857 locating in Hill Co. Rev. Willis Burgess died at Corsicana, Navarro Co. Sept.
11, 1883. He was over 50 years a minister of Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Nov.
5, 1832 he married Miss Cynthia Endsley, who was born in N. C. Feb. 10, 1806 and
died in 1878. She was the daughter of John and Mary (Blair) Endsley, of North and
South Carolina respectively. Rev. and Mrs. Burgess had five sons: James L., our
subject; John B., born July 16, 1837, deceased; Mark M., born Oct. 21, 1840, died in
Feb. 1889 at San Angelo, Texas. Two children died in infancy. The paternal grandparents, James and Mary (Carson) Burgess, were born in Georgia and Ireland respectively. The paternal great-grandfather was an Englishman by birth and served five
years in the English Navy. The grandmother, Mary (Carson) Burgess, was a relative
of the famous scout and Indian fighter, "Kit" Carson. James L. Burgess was born in
Marshall Co. Tenn. Sept. 18, 1833 and moved to Texas with his father in 1857. On the
1st of Feb. 1853, he married Miss Martha J. Ladd, who was born in Williamson Co.
Tenn. Aug. 11, 1836, a daughter of William H. and Nancy (Dalton) Ladd, the former
was a private in the war of 1812. Mr. and Mrs. Burgess' children are: Willis D.,
born Aug. 11, 1854 in Marshall Co. Tenn. and now in Hill Co.; Ewell E., Postmaster
of Osceola, this county, born June 8, 1857, in Marshall Co. Tenn.; James L. Jr., born
Feb. 25, 1860, this county; Ellen T., born Feb. 8, 1863, now wife of John M. Pore,
Blooming Grove, Texas; Lee E., born March 4, 1866 in McLennan Co.; Cynthia B., born
Oct. 6, 1869, died Sept. 18, 1873; John W., born Nov. 5, 1852, died July 5, 1873;
Ina M., born June 17, 1875, died March 26, 1883; Virtie N., born Feb. 7, 1879; Mary
B. born May 20, 1882. (p560-1)
(Continued next quarter)
-177-
THE WILEY JARRETT DAVIS BIBLE
These records were contributed by James Piper Taliaferro Goodbread, Route 1, Cleveland, Oklahoma. There are many descendants of Wiley Davis in Mississippi, Tennessee,
Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas and points west, most of whom are not aware that this
Bible is still in existence. The Bible records show the name spelled Wilie, but all
official records at Bolivar, Tennessee, spell the name Wiley; and Mr. Goodbread's
grandmother, Edith (Davis) Moore, stated the correct name was Wiley.
The records are in the handwriting of Mary Ann Tedford, wife of Wiley Davis. Mary
Ann Tedford was the daughter of David Tedford, a son of Alexander Tedford, Sr. of
Virginia. David died in Hardeman County, Tennessee, in 1825. His wife was Frances
Doss of Virginia.
The Bible at one time was in the possession of Edith Davis, wife of Peyton English
Moore. She gave it to her sister, Ida Narcissa Davis, wife of Frank M. Gardner. It
finally was given to William Charles Davis, and at his death, passed to the present
ownership of his son, Cletis Alto Davis, of Chattanooga, Tennessee.
The photostats of the records were supplied to Mr. Goodbread by Mrs. Lassie (Moore)
Howard, cousin of Cletis Alto Davis. Lassie (Moore) Howard was the daughter of Edith
Davis and Peyton Moore, and sister of Nettie Moore Goodbread of Columbia County,
Florida. Edith Moore Davis also had a son, Andrew Garnett Moore, who married Sarah
Carmichel of Florida, moved to Portales, New Mexico, and raised a large family.
Wilie Jarrett Davis was born in Lincoln Co. Tenn. July 19, 1811.
Mary Ann Tedford was born in Tenn. Oct. 29, 1814.
W. W. Davis, nephew & adopted son, b. Hardeman Co. Oct. 27, 1827.
Frances Caroline Davis
Henry Clay Davis
Maletha Jane Davis
Mary Elizabeth II
Paralee (Pattie)1I
Narcissa Ida
II
Edith (Edy)
II
Geo. Washington II
William Charles II
Marion Wilie
11
b. Giles Co. Tenn.
b. Hardeman Co. Tenn.
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
11
II
II
II
II
11
II
11
11
II
II
II
II
II
II
July 26, 1832.
April 3, 1835.
Nov. 4, 1837.
Jan. 28, 1840.
Aug. 20, 1842.
Nov. 28, 1845.
Dec. 7, 1848.
Sept. 30, 1851.
Nov. 16, 1853.
Jan. 8, 1857.
Marriages
Wilie Jarrett Davis
Frances Caroline
II
Henry Clay
II
Ma1etha Jane
II
Para lee (Pattie)
II
Narcissa Ida
11
Edith (Edie)
11
Marion Wilie
11
William Charles
11
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
Mary Ann Tedford
William A. McDonald
Lucy Coleman Nuta1l
Caleb Cope Jr.
John E. Gi1lewaters
Frank M. Gardner
Peyton English Moore
Ada Taylor
Mary Elizabeth Gardner
Aug. 15,1830.
Mar. 11, 1849.
July 1, 1858.
July 2, 1856.
Mar. 4, 1862.
May 1, 1864.
Apr. 17, 1871.
Jan. 19, 1881.
Nov. 2, 1876.
(Note: Family tradition claims that Wiley Jarrett Davis and Mary Ann Tedford were
married in Giles County, Tennessee, but the Bible does not state this. Marion Wiley
Davis and Ada Taylor were married in Memphis. All of the other children were
married in Hardeman County and are on record there.)
-178Deaths
Wilie Jarrett Davis
Mary Ann Davis
W. W. Davis
Frances Caroline
Henry Clay
Maletha Jane
Mary Elizabeth
Para lee
Narcissa Ida
Geo. Washington
William Charles
Marion Wiley
Edith (Edie)
d. Hardeman Co.
"
Jan. 5, 1877
Oct. 1897
June 1889
1880
July 1, 1885
June 1917
Nov. 24, 1843
1924
Sept. 11, 1876
Oct. 28, 1851
July 1, 1885
June 1888
Jan. 19, 1936
(Note: Edith Davis Moore died at Smith Hall, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge,
Louisiana. She was buried beside her son-in-law, Charles H. Howard, at Bunkie,
Louisiana.)
Other names in the Bible:
Caleb A. Cope, b. Sept. 27,
in West Mooreland Co., Pa.
Caleb Cope Jr. b. Sept. 10, 1860
Elizabeth Wood, b. July 30,
Nettie Moore, daughter of Peyton & Edith, b. Feb. 18, 1872.
Mattie Lu Davis, d. Jan. 22, 1883.
Cletis Alto Davis, son of Wm. Charles, b. Dec. 19, 1877
Vernisimon Davis, son of Wm. Charles, b. Feb. 27, 1881
O. T. Gurley b. Oct. 19, 1888.
Frank M. Gardner b. May 12, 1844.
Calla Booth Gardner b. Aug. 17, 1865, d. Oct. 7, 1868.
Edger Gardner,b. Sunday, March 18, 1866.
Mary Cathan Gardner, b. Tues. June 9, 1870.
Lizie Blanche Gardner, Feb. 25, 1875.
Phil Davis, son of Henry Clay Davis, (no date)
Coleman Davis, son of Henry Clay Davis, (no date)
GRAVES BIBLE
These records were contributed by Mrs. Barbara Graves Billings, 704 West 28th Ave.,
Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71601. The Bible was published by the American Bible Society
of New York in 1866 and belonged to William C. Graves, great-great-great-grandfather
of Mrs. Billings. (See Query No. 67-142.)
W. C. Graves was born the 25th of December, 1791 A.D.
Elizabeth Graves, his wife, was born the 11th of Oct. 1794 A.D.
Elizabeth A. Graves was born the 6th of Oct. 1812 A.D.
A. F. Graves was born June 28, 1829, A.D.
L. W. Graves was born the 23rd of February 1820 A.D.
Mary Graves was born the
1816, A.D.
A. R. Graves was born the 7 of May, 1823, A.D.
W. W. Graves was born the 16th of June 1826, A.D. in Giles County, Tenn.
Isabella S. Graves was born April the 12th, 18__
W. C. Graves Sr. & Elizabeth Amis Graves, his wife, was
Married the 11th of September 1811, A.D.
W. W. Graves and Julia A. Graves was married Dec. the 25th, 1850.
O. P. Graves and Katie A. Jones were married September 30th, 1875 A.D.
-179WEST TENNESSEE DISTRICT, LAND GRANTS, BOOK I
(Abstracted from the microfilm by Mr. and Mrs. William Lusk Crawford)
(Continued From Last Quarter)
Page 166. #170. Rec. Dec. 7, 1826, Cert. #1£30, 16 Oct. 1820, Board of Comm.
West Tenn. - Nathaniel Dickerson - 335 3/4a - entered 8 Dec. 1820 by #73. Granted
John C. McLemore, assignee Nathaniel Dickerson, twelfth district (no name) County on
Waters of Rutherfords fork of Obion River, range one section 1.
Page 167. #171. Rec. 7 Dec. 1826. Warrant 1469, 4 June 1784, issued by John
Armstrong, Entry Officer of Claims for the North Carolina Western lands, to William
McIlhatton(?) and Andrew Barnet, 907 a, entered 12 March 1822 by #528, granted
William McIlhatton(?) and Andrew Barnet, thirteenth district, Weakly Co., range one
and two, section five, adj. southeast corner John McIvers, entry #325.
Page 168. #172. Rec. Dec. 7, 1826. Warrant #901, Sept. 5, 1821 issued by Secretary of the State of No. Car. to the President and Trustees of said State on account
of the military services of Robert Palmer, dec'd, 640 a, April 22, 1823 by #758.
Granted by state of Tenn. to Cullin Andrews assignee of the President and Trustees.
640 a in the thirteenth district in Gibson Co., second range and first section on the
north fork of Forked Deer R. adj. Wm. B. G. Killingsworth N. E. Corner, West boundary
I & I. Pauls entry, E Corner Portland I. Carle, N. E. Corner John B. Hogg entry.
Page 169. #173. Rec. 7 Dec. 1826, military service performed by Hardy Murfre (?)
to State of N. C., warrant #3290 dated 28 Dec. 1785, 640 a, entered 23 April 1821 by
#364, granted Hardy Murfrie (?), thirteenth district Obion Co. range seven section
nine on Reelfoot, adj. S. W. Corner John Anderson's entry #363.
Page 170. #174. Rec. 7 Dec. 1826. Cert. #1171-16, July 1818, Commissioner West
Tenn., Thomas Brooks, 429 a, entered 3 April 1822 by #533, granted John McIver
assignee Thomas Brooks, thirteenth district Gibson Co. range one section one.
Page 171. #175. Rec. 7 Dec. 1826. Cert 9-25 April 1808, Commissioner of West Tenn.
Daniel Anderson, 640 a, entered 23 April 1821 by #363, granted John Anderson assignee
of Daniel Anderson. Thirteenth district Obion Co. range seven section nine on Reelfoot River, adj. S. W. Corner John Gray and Thomas Blount, Hardy Murfree's corner.
Page 172. #176. Rec. 7 Dec. 1826. In consideration of military service performed
by Isaac Hendy to State of N. C. warrant #264, 10 Dec. 1817, 1097 a, entered 23
April 1821 by #358, granted William Hill assignee of heirs of Isaac Hendy, thirteenth
district, Obion Co. range 6 section nine and tenon Reelfoot. Adj. Wm. Anderson's
N. E. Corner and Kentucky line. N. W. Corner Joseph Winston, Bell and Brassfield's
Corner, Daniel Cherry's line, Joseph Anthon's Corner, McLemore and Vant's(?) line,
line of Wm E. Anderson.
Page 173. #177. Rec. 7 Dec. 1826, warrant #862, 16 Aug. 1821, issued by Sect of
State N. C., Pres. & Trustees of U of N. C. on account military service of Andrew
Vanoy, dec'd, 3840 a, entered 10 Dec. 1822, by #582, granted John Bell and Willie
Brassfield assign Pres. & Trustee, thirteenth district Obion Co. range six, section
nine on waters of Reelfoot River, adj Richard Cooks corner on Joseph Winston's line,
William Hill's corner, Daniel Cherry's line, crossing Taylors Creek.
Page 174. #178. Rec. 7 Dec. 1826. In consideration military service performed by
Elias Ford to State of N. C. warrant #29, 6 Dec. 1800, 428 a, entered 5 March 1821
by #326, granted Joseph Branch assignee Elias Ford, thirteenth district Gibson Co.
range three, section two on waters of North fork of the Forked Deer River, adj. N.W.
corner Love and Wilbourn entry, Hogg and Whitaker's East boundary line, N. W. corner
Samuel Harris entry.
-180-
Page 175. #179. Rec. 7 Dec. 1826. Consideration military service by Willis
Scoggins to State of N. C., warrant #4214, 12 Dec. 1796, 640 a, entered 26 May 1821
by #430, granted Willis Scoggins, thirteenth district Obion Co. range six, section
eight, adj. George Wilfender's N. E. corner.
Page 176. #186. Rec. 7 Dec. 1826. Cert. #2470, 15 Oct. 1822, Board of Commissioners
West Tenn., Thomas Shute, 320 a, entered 25 April 1823 by #1139, granted John
Gwaltney 'assignee Thomas Shute, tenth district (Co. not named) on Meredian Creek
waters of south fork of Forked Deer River, range one section seven and eight, S. E.
corner entry #1069 in name of John Thomas.
Page 177. #187. Rec. 8 Dec. 1826. Cert #1260, 1 Oct. 1812, Reg. West Tenn., Edward
Jennings, 20 a, entered 12 Dec. 1822 by #1018, granted Alexander Greer assignee
Edward Jennings, ninth district Madison Co. range one section nine on waters of
_________ (?) Creek, a branch of South fork of Forked Deer River, adj. S. W. corner
entry #56, on the Reynoldsburgh Road.
Page 178. #188. Rec. 8 Dec. 1826. Cert. lF5679, 26 May 1824, issued by Reg. of
West Tenn., George Ai1sworth, 15 a, entered 17 June 1824 by #1413 granted Madison
McLaurain assignee George Ailsworth, ninth district Madison Co., range 1, section ten
on waters of north fork of Forked Deer River, adj. N. W. Corner G. Benton's entry
#45.
Page 179. #189. Rec. 8 Dec. 1826. Cert. #6206, 4 Aug. 1824, Reg. West Tenn. Mark
Forrest, 30 a, entered 20 Jan. 1824, by i~1633, granted John Kindel assignee Mark
Forrest, tenth district Hardeman Co. on waters, Spring Creek a Southern branch of
Hatchee, range two and three, section three, adj. S. E. Corner Bauldy Hardiman's
entry, N. E. Corner Wm. W. Lennarth's entry #1170.
Page 180. #190. Rec. 8 Dec. 1826. Cert 2561, 30 Oct. 1824, Commissioner for West
Tenn., Newton Cannon and John Starns, 75~ a, entered 2 Dec. 1824 by #920, granted
Newton Cannon assignee John Starns, eleventh district Tipton Co., range five section
seven on waters Indian Creek adj. East boundary line P. Hankins, N. W. corner said
Cannon, west boundary line Thomas Talbot, Hawkin's East boundary line (Hankins and
Hawkins apparently same person).
Page 181. #191. Rec. 8 Dec. 1826. Cert. #2183, 27 April 1822, Board of CommissionerE
West Tenn., John McNairy, 60 a, entered 25 Jan. 1823 by #1194, granted JessreHodges
Senr assignee John McNairy, ninth district Henderson Co., range 4, section six and
seven, adj S. W. corner entry #1193 in name of said Purdy.
Page 182. #192. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826. Cert. 6487, 17 Sept. 1824, Reg. West Tenn.,
James Patton and Andrew Erwin, 100 a, entered 4 Dec. 1824 by #1686, granted Wm.
Rutledge assignee Patton and Erwin, ninth district Henderson Co., range three, section eight on waters of Forked Deer River adj. entry #1142, S. W. corner.
Page 183. #193. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826. Cert. 4816, 12 Oct. 1822 Reg. West Tenn., Hiram
Hammonds, 20 a, entered 25 Jan. 1823 by #1193, granted Jessee Hodges Snr assignee
Hiram Hammonds, ninth district Henderson Co., range four section seven adj. S. E.
corner Jacob Tipton's entry #83.
Page 184. #194. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826. Cert. 2235, 11 July 1822, Board of Comm. West
Tenn., Nicholas Conrod, 196 3/4 a, entered 11 Dec. 1822 by #1011, granted Nicholas
Conrod, ninth district Perry Co. range eight, section eleven, on waters of Lick
Creek, adj. E1emsbeck(?) Nicholas S. W. corner of entry #986.
Page 185. #195. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826, warrant #302, 21 Oct.
, issued by Commissioners for West Tenn. Oliver Smith, 50 a, entered 14 May 1825 by #1732, granted
James J. Thomas assignee Oliver Smith, Madison Co. range one, section eight, adj.
N. E. corner Duncan McIver's entry #931.
-181Page 186. 1196. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826 Cert. #2596. 28 March 1825, John Carmack
(Carmach), 88 a, entered 25 May 1825 by #1750, granted John Carmack (3), tenth
district Hardeman Co. on waters of Hickory Creek, a western branch of Hatchee,
range four, section 5, adj. James Bui1son's S. W. corner of entry #1597, north
boundary line entry #1754 William B. Duncan.
Page 187. #197. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826. In consideration of military service performed
by Robert Sellars to State of N. C. warrant #2765 dated 30 Sept. 1785, 640 a, entered
12 Dec. 1820 by #88, granted Elliott Hickman assignee of heirs of Robert Sellars,
eleventh district (county not named) range six section seven on waters of Indian
Creek of Big Hatchie River.
Page 188. #198. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826. Cert #6335, 17 Aug. 1824, Reg. West Tenn.,
George Gray, 42 a, entered 21 April 1825 by #950 granted George Gray, eleventh district Fayette Co., range two, section three on waters of Loosehatchie River, adj.
N. W. corner David Boss line.
Page 189. #199. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826. Cert. #6656, 17 Sept. 1824 Reg. West Tenn.,
Agnes Pucket, 21~ a, entered 25 May 1825 by #962, granted David Ralston assignee
Agnes Pucket, eleventh district Shelby Co., range eight section three on Todds Creek
of Looshatchie River, adj. S. E. corner J. C. McLemore and A. B. Carr's survey.
Page 190. #200. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826. Cert. #6633, 17 Aug. 1824, Reg. West Tenn,
George Gray, 30 a, entered 21 April 1825 by #952, granted George Gray, eleventh district Fayette Co. on waters Looshatchie River, adj. David Ross, S. E. Corner on
James Bartho1omeus line.
Page 191. #201. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826. Cert. #6530, 17 Aug. 1824, Reg. West Tenn.,
George Gray, 100 a, entered on 21 April 1825 by #951, granted George Gray, eleventh
district Fayette Co., range two, section three on waters Looshatchie River, adj.
John Casey's north boundary line.
Page 192. #202. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826. Cert. #6293, 13 Aug. 1824, Reg. West Tenn.,
William W. Woodfo1k, 3 a, entered 30 Sept. 1824 by #1610, granted William C. Farris
assignee William W. Woodfo1k, ninth district Madison Co., range two, section ten,
adj. N. W. corner entry #1190 James Sikes.
Page 193. #203. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826. Cert. #6417, 28 Aug. 1824, Reg. West Tenn.,
Joseph Hubbard, 25 a, entered 10 Sept. 1824 by #1576 granted Tunis Hood assignee
Hubbard, ninth district Henderson Co., range four, section nine, waters of Forked
Deer River, adj. S. E. corner entry #1163 Trustees Univ. of N. C.
Page 194. #204. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826. Cert. #1640, 20 Sept. 1824, Reg. East Tenn.
James P. McCarty, 85 a, entered 5 Feb. 1825 by No. 1734, granted Joseph Spruce
assignee James P. McCarty, ninth district Madison Co., range two, section eight on
waters middle fork of Forked Deer River, adj. N. E. corner entry #1073 Philip Warlick.
Page 195. #205. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826, consideration military service William West to
state of N. C. warrant #1057, 26 Dec. 1821, 182 a, entered 13'Dec. 1822 by #1036
granted William West, ninth district McNairy Co. on waters of Cypress Creek, range
three, section three.
Page 196. #206. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826. Cert. #2262, 15 July 1822 Board of Commissioners
West Tenn. John Anderson, 150 a, entered 4 Feb. 1823 by #1206, granted Samuel Rhea
assignee John Anderson, ninth district Madison Co. range one, section ten on waters
of Dyer Creek, adj. S. W. corner James Fruman entry.
Page 197. #207. Rec. 12 Dec. 1826. Cert. #3072, 15 Aug. 1818 Reg. West Tenn. John
Hudspeth, 114 a, entered 17 Dec. 1824 by 11586, granted Abbott Hancock assignee
.. 18210th district Hardeman Co. on waters Clear Creek, range 4, section 5, adj. N. W.
corner entry 1275 John Cadwell.
Page 198. #208. Rec. 12 Dec. 1826. Cert. No. 1580, 14 Jan. 1824 Reg. East Tenn.,
James Cowan, 100 a, entered 3 June 1824 by #6301, granted John Givins assignee James
Cowan, 10th district Hardeman Co. on waters of Short Creek, a western branch of
Hatchie, range 4, section 4, adj. South boundary line entry #882 Pres. & Trustees
Univ. N. C., N. E. corner entry #1109 Lawrence Sypre1 (?Syssre1).
Page 199. #209. Rec. 12 Dec. 1826. Cert. #6703, 20 Sept. 1824, Reg. West Tenn.
Jesse Webb, 9~ a, entered 23 Dec. 1824, #1695, granted James Greer assignee Jesse
Webb, 9th district Madison Co., range 1, section 10, adj. N. W. corner entry #951
Pres. & Trustee Univ N. C., east boundary line entry #431.
Page 200. #210. Rec. 12 Dec. 1826. Cert 2545, 8 April 1814 Commissioners East Tenn.
Joseph and George Greenway, 100 a, entered 24 July 1826, #2142 granted Tilman
Johnson assignee G. and J. Graneway (note difference in spelling name), 12th district
(county not named), range 1, section 3, adj. N. E. corner entry #153 Daniel Cherry.
Page 201. #211. Rec. 11 Dec. 1826. Cert. #6613, 16 Sept. 1824, Reg.
John B. Hogg, 3 a, entered 31 May 1825 by #1796, granted William Alred
B. Hogg. Tenth district in Haywood Co. on north side of south fork of
R. in ~~nge four and section ten. Adj. entry No. for 50 acres in name
Sullivan.
West Tenn.,
assignee John
Forked Deer
of Lee
Page 202. #212. Rec. Dec. 12, 1826. Cert. #2924 May 6, 1818 issued by Register of
West Tenn. to Philip Philips and Michael Campbell for 300 a entered June 9, 1821 by
#637. Granted to Jeseph Philips assignee of said Philips & Campbell. In ninth
district in Hardin Co. in seventh range and fifth section. Adj. entry #524 in the
name of Thomas Shannon. Adj. entry #207 in the name of Thomas Shute. On bank of
Tenn. River.
Page 203. #213. Rec. Dec. 12, 1826. Cert. #1038, Aug. 30, 1817 issued by Com. of
West Tenn. to John McNairy and Bennet Searcy for 640 acres entered Aug. 17, 1821 by
#722. Granted to said McNairy and Searcy. In ninth district in Stewart Co. second
and third ranges and section nine. Adj. entry 4/=358, 640 acres, in name of President
& Trustees of Univ. of No. Carolina.
Page 204. #214. Rec. Dec. 12, 1826. Cert. #6605 Sept. 16, 1824. Issued by Reg.
of West Tenn. to John McLemore for 40 a entered April 2, 1825 by #1680. Granted to
Giles Hudspeth assignee of said John McLemore. In tenth district in Madison Co. on
the bridge that divides the waters of Forked Deer and Big Hatchee rivers in range
two and section seven. Adj. entry #1010 for 100 a in name of John McIver.
Page 205. #215. Rec. Dec. 12, 1826. Cert. #6606 dated Sept. 16, 1824. Issued by
Reg. of West Tenn. to John McLemore & James Van1n for 30 a entered March 3, 1825 by
#1668. Granted to Eli Chandler assignee of said McLemore and Van1n. In tenth district in Madison Co., in range one, section seven, adj. entry #739 for 640 a in name
of Bowers & Wilson.
Page 206. #216. Rec. Dec. 12, 1826. Cert. #2562 Nov. 15, 1824. Issued by Commissioners of West Tenn. to Christian Shires for 104 a and entered May 1, 1825 by
#1807. Granted to Jacob Crawford assignee of Christian Shires. Ninth district in
McNairy Co. first range and fourth section on waters of Big Hatchee.
Page 207. 4/=217. Rec. Dec. 12, 18.26. Cert #5115 April 16, 1824. Issued by Reg. of
West Tenn. to Samuel G. Smith for nine a and entered June 31, 1824 by #1464. Granted
to Thomas Roberts assignee Samuel. G. Smith. Ninth district Henderson Co. third range
and tenth section adj. entry #88 for 442 a in name of John Bingham.
-183Page 208. #218. Rec. Dec. 12, 1826. Cert. #2353, Sept. 17, 1822. Issued by Board
of Commissioners for West Tenn. to Roger B. Sappington for twenty one and one-fourth
acres. Entered on Dec. 31, 1822 by 11176. Granted to Robert Moore assignee of said
R. B. Sappington. Ninth district in Madison Co., ninth section and range second, on
the waters of Forked Deer. Adj. entry #540 for 228 a in the name of Duncan McIver.
Page 209. {~219. Rec. 12 Dec. 1826. Cert. #2303, 16 Feb. 1820, Board of Cornmissioners for West Tenn., Aron Pinson, 50 a, entered 17 Feb. 1821 by #481, granted
Aron Pinson, 9th district Henderson Co. range 5 section 9 & 10 on waters of Beech
River adj. N. E. corner entry #117, Samuel Garland.
Page 210. #220. Rec. 12 Dec. 1826. Cert. 4950, 2 Feb. 1824. Reg. West Tenn,
Robert White, 9 a, entered 2 June 1824 by #1361, granted William Duty assignee
Robert White, 9th district Madison Co., range 2, section 9, adj. N. E. corner entry
Duncan McIver.
Page 211~ #221. Rec. 12 Dec. 1826. Cert #611, 27 July 1824, Reg. West Tenn.,
Samuel Parks, 10 a, entered 4 Aug. 1824 by #1676 granted William Givin assignee
Samuel Parks, 12th district Carroll Co., range 3, section 5, on waters of Crooked
Creek adj. N. E. corner entry #950 John and Wm. Givin, N. W. corner entry #1674,
East boundary entry #950, John and Wm. Givin.
Page 212. #222. Rec. 12 Dec. 1826. Cert. #2161, 31 Aug. 1815, Reg. West Tenn.
Henry Marsh, 20 a, entered 16 June 1824 by No. 1341 granted John Tims assignee Henry
Marsh, 10th district Hardeman Co., range 1, section 6, adj. S. W. corner entry #689
William Henderson.
Page 213. #223. Rec. 12 Dec. 1826. Cert 2384, 1 May 1816, Reg. West Tenn., Robert
York, 5 a, entered 17 June 1824, it1345 granted John Tims assignee Robert York, 10th
district Madison Co., range 1, section 8, adj. N. E. Corner entry #1343 John Tims.
Page 214. #224. Rec. 12 Dec. 1826. Cert #5777, 31 May 1824. Reg. West Tenn.,
Curtis Wood, 10 a, entered 17 June 1824 by #1344 granted John Tims assignee Curtis
Woods, 10th district Madison Co. ,range 1, section 8 adj. entry #1343 John Tims.
Page 215. #225. Rec. 12 Dec. 1826. Cert #5775, 31 May 1824, Reg. West Tenn. Joshua
Hall, 10 a, entered 17 June 1824, #1343 granted John Tims assignee Joshua Hall, 10th
district Madison Co., range 1, section 8, adj. N. E. Corner entry 11:901 Duncan McIver.
Page 217. #227. Rec. 13 Dec. 1826. Cert #1772, 17 June 1824 Reg. West Tenn., John
C. McLemore, 500 a, entered 28 Dec. 1820 by #415 granted William Hur1ett assignee
John C. McLemore, 9th district Hardin Co., range 6, section 1 & 2 on waters of Tenn.
Page 218. 41228. Rec. 13 Dec. 1826. Cert. in218, 17 May 1816, Reg. East Tenn.
Joseph Greer, 100 a, entered 12 Dec. 1820 by #117. Granted Samuel Garland assignee
Joseph Greer, 9th district Henderson Co., range 5, section 9 (,n waters Bech River.
)
Page 219. #229. Rec. 13 Dec. 1826. Cert #5082, 9 April 1824, Reg. West Tenn.,
William M. Quisenbury, 120 a, entered 31 Aug. 1824 by #1441, granted Eli Chandler
assignee William M~Quisenbury, 10th district Madison Co., range 1, section 7, adj.
N. E. corner John Thomas #731.
Page 220. #230. Rec. 13 Dec. 1826. Cert. #5480,
20 May 1824 Reg. West Tenn.
Walter Robinson, 25 a, entered 14 June 1824 by #1335, granted Jonathan Lindsley
assignee Walter Robinson, 10th district Hardeman Co. on waters of Big Hatchee, range
2, section 5, adj. N. E. Corner entry #1011 John Jenkins.
Page 221. #231. Rec. 13 Dec. 1826. Cert #5841, 11 June 1824, Reg. West Tenn.,
E1ender Morrow, 4 a, entered 10 Dec. 1824 by #1585, granted Abraham May assignee
E1ender Morrow, 10th district Hardeman Co., range 2, section 5.
Page 222. #232. Rec. Dec. 13, 1826. Cert #6624, Sept. 16, 1824. Issued by Reg.
of West Tenn. to John B. Hogg for one acre, entered April 2, 1825 by #1681. Granted
to Giles Hudspeth assignee of said Hogg. Tenth district in Madison Co. on the head
of a fork of Clover Creek waters of Big Hatchee River in range two and sections six
& seven. Adj. entry #1680 for forty a in name of said Hudspeth.
Page 223. #233. Rec. Dec. 13, 1826, Cert. #5663, May 25, 1824. Issued by Reg. of
West Tenn. to William Markham for twenty acres. Entered Dec. 8, 1824 by #1580.
Granted to Samuel Montgomery. Tenth district in Hardeman Co. on waters of Spring
Creek, a southern branch of Hatchee in range three and section two. Adj. entry
#1166 for 100 a in name of Samuel Montgomery.
Page 224. #234. Rec. Dec. 13, 1826. Cert. #2416, Oct. 9, 1822. Issued by Board
of Commissioners for West Tenn. to James Latham for 62~ a entered on March 31, 1823
by #1299. Granted to Samuel Montgomery. Twelfth district in Henry Co. on waters of
West Sandy in the seventh section of fifth range.
Page 225. #235. Rec. Dec. 13, 1826.
Commissioners for West Tenn. to Thomas
#760. Granted to Joseph Garner, ninth
third section. Adj. entry #11 for 200
Cert. #1726 Oct. 9, 1820. Issued by Board of
Hughey, 41 3/4 a, entered Sept. 11, 1821 by
district in Stewart Co., third range and
a in name of Hibb1e (Kibble) Terry.
Page 226. 11236. Rec. Dec. 13, 1826. Cert. #2001, Dec.
of West Tenn. to Thomas Taylor, Jr. for 5 a entered Dec.
to Samuel Montgomery. Tenth district in Hardeman Co. on
southern branch of Hatchee River in range three, section
17, 1814. Issued by Reg.
8, 1824 by #1581. Granted
waters of Spring Creek, a
two.
Page 227. #237. Rec. Dec. 14, 1826. In consideration of military service performed
by Zedekiah Stone to the state of North Carolina, warrant #2883, dated Sept. 30, 1785
for 640 a. Entered June 14, 1821 by #649. Granted to Philip and Lee Shute assignee
of said Stone. Ninth district Madison Co., first (1) range, eighth section on waters
of Forked Deer River adj. Polk, 140 a, entry #41, entry #295 for 274 a, entry #648
for 420 a in name of said Shute, entry # 647 for 100 a in name of Owens.
Page 228. #238. Rec. Dec. 14, 1826. Cert. #2765, 2766, 2767, 2768, 2769, 2770,
2771 and 2772 dated March 6 1826 for 25 a, each, issued by Commissions of Tennessee
to the assignee of the Register of the Western district and entered May 13, 1826 by
#2056. Granted to Litt1eberry Taylor assignee of said Register. 200 acres in 10th
district in Madison Co. on south side of the south fork of Forked Deer River in
range two and section nine. Adj. entry #11 in name of John McLemore for 500 a.
Page 229. #239. Rec. Dec. 14, 1826. Cert. #2523 March 6, 1826 by Commissioners of
Tenn. to the assignee of the Register of the Western district for 25 a and entered
June 24, 1826 by #2269. Granted to Carter Truman an assignee of said Register.
Tenth district Haywood Co. on waters of south fork of Forked Deer River, ninth section of fourth range. Adj. entry #506 in name of W. Hard (1) for 2100 a.
Page 230. #240. Rec. Dec. 14, 1826. Cert. #131, .132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137 and
138 dated March 1, 1826 for 25 a each issued by Commissioners of Tenn. to the assignee of the Register of the Western district and entered June 17, 1826 by #2219.
Granted Stephen Boothe Jr. assignee said Register, 10th district Madison Co. south
side of south fork of Forked Deer River, range 3, section 9, adj. N. W. corner entry
#508 John McIver.
Page 231.
:#241.
Rec. 14 Dec. 1826.
Cert. #155 and 156, 1 March 1826, issued by
-185Commissioner of Tenn. to the assignee of the Register of the western district for
25 acres each and entered 12 May 1826 by ~2054, granted Asa B. Midyett assignee said
Register, 10th district Madison Co., north side of south fork of Forked Deer River,
range 2, section 9, adj. south boundary line, entry #786 Luke Lea.
Page 232. #242. Rec. 14 Dec. 1826. Cert. 2216 & 2217, 6 March 1826, issued by
Commissioner of Tenn. to the assignee of Register of western district for 25 a entered 24 June 1826 by #2266, granted Francis S. Brandon assignee said Register, 10th
district Haywood Co. on waters of south fork of Forked Deer River, range 4, section
4, adj. S. E. corner entry #506 William Hard.
Page 233. #243. Rec. 14 Dec. 1826. Cert. #185, 1 March 1826, issued Commissioner
of Tenn., assignee of Register of western district, 25 a, entered 26 June 1826 by
#2286, granted James McCoy assignee said Register, 10th district Madison Co. south
side of north fork of Forked Deer River, range 2, section 11, adj. N. E.comer
entry #1062 H. Fairfax.
Page 234. #244. Rec. 14 Dec. 1826. Cert. #823, 824, 825, 826, 827, 828, 829 and
830, 1 March 1826, Commissioner of Tenn. assignee of western district for 25 acres
each, entered 3 May 1826 by #1864, granted Samuel West, 10th district Hardeman Co.,
range 4, section 3, adj. N. W. corner entry 1051 William Polk, east boundary line
entry #1863 William Lea, boundary line entry #1862 Thomas C. Wilson, N. E. corner
entry #1038 William Polk, N. W. corner entry #740 heirs of Jacob Johnson, N. W. corner
entry #767 Wm Polk, west boundary line entry #1433 Wm Polk, south boundary line entry
#1051 Wm Polk.
)
Page 235. #245. Rec. 14 Dec. 1826. Cert. #2979, 2980, 2981, 2982, 2983, 2984,
2985 and 2986, 6 March 1826, Commissioner of Tenn. to assignee of Register of western
district, 25 a, each entered 24 June 1826 by #2268, granted John P. Stanfield assignee said register, 10th district Haywood Co. on waters of South fork of Forked Deer
river, range 4, section 9, adj. S. E. corner entry #506 W.' Hord.
Page 236. #246. Rec. 14 Dec. 1826. Cert. #831, 832, 833, & 834, 1 March 1826,
Commissioners of Tenn., assignee of Register of western district, 25 a each, entered
3 May 1826 by #1860 granted Chapman W. Manly assignee said Register. 10th district
Hardeman Co. on the head of Pleasant Run, range 4, section 3, adj. S. W. corner
entry #1096 John Hodges.
Page 237. #247. Rec. 14 Dec. 1826. Cert. #846, 847, 848 & 849, 1 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn., assignee of Reg. of western district, 25 a each, entered 3 May
1826, by #1862 granted Thomas C. Wilson assignee said Register, 10th district
Hardiman Co., range 4, section 3, on head of waters of Pleasant Run adj. N. E. corner
entry #1038 William Polk, south boundary line entry #899 J. Bartholomew, east boundary line entry #782 James Walker, N. E. corner entry #1088 George Bowers, N. W. corner entry #1038 Will Polk.
Page 238. #248. Rec. 14 Dec. 1826. Cert #850, 851, 852 & 853, 1 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn., assignees of Reg. western district, 25 a each, entered 5 May
1826 by #1861 granted James B. Coyner assignee said Register, 10th district Hardiman
Co. on head waters of Pleasant Run, range 4, section 3, adj. N. E. corner entry #1119
William Polk, S. W. corner entry #1046 Will Polk, north boundary line entry #253
Searcy and Moore, east boundary line entry #648 Wm Polk.
Page 239. #249. Rec. 14 Dec. 1826. Cert. #2987, 2988, 2989 & 2990, 6 March 1826,
Commissioners of Tenn. assignees of Reg. western district, 25 a each, entered 24
June 1826, #2267, granted Ephraigm Stanfield assignee said Register, 10th district
Haywood Co. on waters of south fork of Forked Deer River, range 4, section 9, adj.
S. E. corner entry #2266 Francis Brandon.
-186Page 240. #250. Rec. 15 Dec. 1826. Cert. #324, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 330 & 331,
1 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn. assignees Reg. of western district, 25 a each
entered 2 May 1826 by #1846. Granted Robert C. Friar assignee Register, 10th district Hardeman Co., range 3, section 3, on Spring Creek adj. S. E. corner entry #1457
James Wilkerson.
Page 241. #251. Rec. 15 Dec. 1826. Cert. 316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321, 322 & 323,
1 March 1826 Commissioners of Tenn. assignees Register of western district, 25 a
each entered 2 May 1826 by #1847, granted Samuel Harris (Hannis) assignee said Register, 10th district Hardeman Co., range 3, section 3 on Spring Creek, adj. N. E.
corner entry #1846 R. C. Friar (K. C. Friar).
Page 242. #252. Rec. 15 Dec. 1826. Cert #187, 188, 189 & 190, 1 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn. assignee of Reg. of western district, 25 a each, entered 5 June
1826, #2172, granted James Nolin assignee said Register, 10th district Madison Co. on
waters of south fork of Forked Deer River adj. S. W. corner entry #576 John Bonner.
Page 243. #253. Rec. 15 Dec. 1826. Cert. 2680, 2681, 2682 & 2683, 6 March 1826,
Commissioners of Tenn. assignee Reg. of western district, 25 a each, entered 16 June
1826 by #2217 granted William Evans assignee said Register, 10th district Madison Co.
on south fork of Forked Deer River adj. S. W. corner entry #945 James P. Taylor, west
boundary entry #835 R. B. Curry.
Page 244. #254. Rec. 15 Dec. 1826. Cert. #2892 and 2893, 5 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn. assignee of Register of western district, 25 a each entered 8 May 1826,
#2024, granted John Timms assignee said Register, 10th district Hardiman Co. on waters
of Clover Creek adj. John Scott's S. E. corner.
Page 245. 1'1=255. Rec. 18 Dec. 1826. Cert. 1242, 1243, 1244, 1245 and 1246, 5 March
1826, Commissioners of Tenn. assignees of Reg. western district, 25 a each, entered
2 May 1826 by #1821 granted William Loftin (when entered at bottom of grant is
William Looftin) assignee of said Register, 10th district Madison Co. adj. S. E.
corner entry #1239 John Givin.
Page 246. #256. Rec. 18 Dec. 1826. Cert. #1308, 1309, 1310 & 1311, 5 March 1826,
Commissioners of Tenn. assignee Reg. of western district, 25 a each, entered 2 May
1826 by #1821 granted Thomas Loftin assignee said Register, 10th district Madison Co.
adj. S. W. corner entry #1239 John Givin.
Page 247. #257. Rec. 18 Dec. 1826. Cert. #1500, 1501 & 1502, 3 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn. assignees of Register of western district, 25 a each, entered
6 May 1826 by #2009 granted Thomas Loftin assignee said Register, 10th district
Madison Co. adj. S. E. corner entry 1742 Hill and Loftin.
Page 248. #258. Rec. 18 Dec. 1826. Cert. 3641, 8 March 1826, Commissioners of
Tenn. assignee of Reg. western district, 25 a each, entered 22 May 1826 by #2110
granted Henry Casttes assignee of said register, 10th district Madison Co. on south
side of north fork of Forked Deer River adj. west bank Indian Creek, N. E. corner
entry ifF259 M. Barrow.
Page 249. #259. Rec. 18 Dec. 1826. Cert. #3420, 3421, 3422 & 3423, 8 March 1826,
Commissioners of Tenn. assignee of Reg. of western district, 25 a each, entered 17
May 1826 by #2061 granted John Lower assignee said Register, 10th district Madison
Co. on Cypress Creek of forked Deer River, adj. S. E. corner entry #1055 James
Robertson, Richard Hightower, Henry Reatherford and Alexander Smith.
Page 250. #260. Rec. 18 Dec. 1826. Cert. #2220, 2221, 2222, 2223 and 2224, 6 March
1826, Commissioners of Tenn. assignees of Reg. of western district, 25 a each, entered
10 June 1826 #2202 granted Robert Burns assignee of said Register, 10th district
Haywood Co. on waters of south fork of Forked Deer River adj. N. W. corner entry
-187-
4F2059 Joseph T • Haralson, N. E. corner J. Freeman entry 41=765, east boundary line
entry #526A. Ewing.
Page 251. #261. Rec. 18 Dec. 1826. Cert. #139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145 & 146,
1 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn. Reg. western distrlct, 25 a each, entered 4 May
1826 by #1937 granted Joseph Currie assignee said Register, 10th district Haywood Co.
on waters of south fork of Forked Deer River, adj. N. W. corner entry #983 Pres. and
Trustees;,
Page 252. #262. Rec. 18 Dec. 1826. Cert. 4F785 , 786, 787, 788, 789, 790, 791 & 792,
1 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn. assignees of Reg. western district, 25 a each,
entered 5 May 1826 by 4H255 granted John Williams assignee said Register, 10th district Haywood Co. on waters of south fork of Forked Deer River, adj. N. W. corner
entry #789 Williams - Benjamin Smith line.
Page 253. 1F263. Rec. 18 Dec. 1826. CerL 4FI91 , 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197 and
198, 1 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn. to assignee of Register of Western district,
25 a each, entered 2 May 1826 by {FI77 granted William Smith assignee said Register,
9th district (county not named), adj. S. E. corner Thomas Geer, N. E. corner James
Freeman, N. W•. corner James Greer'.
Page 254. #264. Rec. 18 Dec. 1826. Cert. #2463, 2464, 2465, 2466, 2467, 2468,
2469 and 2470,6 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn. to assignees Reg. western district, 25 a each ,entered 10 May 1826 by 41=905 granted Edwin Warren ass ignee of
Register, 13th district Weakly Co. on waters of south fork of ObiohRiver, adj. N. E.
corner entry #542, P. W. Jackson's heirs.
Page 255. #265. Rec. 18 Dec. 1826. Cert. #3636, 8 March 1826, Commissioners of
Tenn., assignees of Reg. western district, 25 a,entered 8 May 1826 by 41=900 granted
Lemuel H. Cole, 13th district Gibson Co. on waters of Rutherfords fork of Obion
adj. S. E. corner survey #229 Robert and Thomas Love.
Page 256. #266. Rec. 18 Dec. 1826. Consideration military performed Abel Jones to
state of N. C. warrant #5079, 6 Dec. 1797, entered 11 Dec. 1822 by #768, granted
Andrew L.Mardn by heirs of said Jones, 11th district (county not named) on waters
of Loosehatchie River~
Page 257. #267. Rec. 19 Dec. 1826. Cert. #2524, 2525 & 2527, 6 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn. assignees of Reg. western district, 25 a each, entered 15 May
1826 by #2059 granted Joseph T. Haralson assignee said Register, 10th district
Haywood Co. on waters of South fork of Forked Deer River, adj. N. E. corner entry
#765 James Freeman.
Page 258. #268. Rec. 19 De~. 1826. Cert. 2528, 2529, 2530, 2531, 2532, 2533, 2534
and 2535, 6 March 1826 issued by Commissioners of Tenn., assignees of Register of
western district, 25 a each, entered 15 May 1826 by #2060 granted Eli Jones assignee
Register, 10th district Haywood Co. on waters of south fork of Forked Deer River,
adj. N. W. corner entry #1937 Joseph Curry.
Page 259. #269. Rec. 19 Dec. 1826. Cert. 123, 124, 125~ 116, 127, 128, 129 and
130, 1 March 1826, Commissioners of Tennessee, assignees of Register of western district, 25 a each, . entered 17 June 1826 by 41=2218, granted Joshua Alston (Atston)
assignee said·Register, 10th district Haywood Co. on waters of south fork of Forked
Deer River, adj. N'. W. corner entry ·11=722 Robert Carithers, south boundary line entry
4F2060 Eli Jones.
Page 260. #270. Rec. 19 Dec. 1826. Cert. #2225, 2226, 2227, 2228 & 2229, Commissioners of Tenn. assignee of Register western district; 25 a each, entered 10 June
1826 by # 2203 granted John P. Majors assignee of said Register, 10th district,
Haywood Co., adj. N. W. corner entry #2202 Robert Burns.
.lU·
Page 261. #271. Rec. 19 Dec. 1826. Cart. 411, 432, 4j3, 434, 4)5, 436~ 437 & 438,
1 March 1826, Commissioners of tenn. assignees of western district, 25 a each,
entered 4 May 1826 by #1934, granted E. P. McNeal assignee said Register, 10th district Fayette Co. on Bear Creek a southern branch of Big Hatchee River, adj. N. E.
corner entry #1123 heirs of Richard Martin.
Page 262. #272. Rec. 19 Dec. 1826. Cert. #6312, 16 Aug. 1824 issued by Reg. West
Tenn., Robert J. Chester, 40 a, entered 5 Nov. 1824 by #1543, granted John Kelly
assignee R. J. Chester, 10th district Hardeman Co. on waters of Spring Creek a
southern branch of Hatchee.
Page 263. #273. Rec. 19 Dec. 1826. Cert. 2389, 7 Oct. 1822, Board of Commissioners
for West Tenn., John Irwin, 58t a, entered 13 Dec. 1823 by #1059, 9th district
Henderson Co. on waters of Forked Deer River.
Page 264. #274. Rec. 19 Dec. 1826, Cert. #1187, 1188, 1189, 1190 and 1191, 3 March
1826, Commissioners of Tennessee, assignees Reg. western district, 25 a each, entered
2 May 1826 as an occupant claim under the Act of 1825 by #1848 granted John Lea
assignee of Register, 10th distri~t Hardeman Co. on waters of Spring Creek, a southern branch of Big Hatchee River, adj. N. E. corner entry #860 John Rhea, south boundary line Abraham Looney.
Page 265.
#180.
Rec. 11 Jan. 1827.
Cert. #1143, 1144, 1145, 1146, 1147, 1148, 1149
& 1150, 3 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn., assignees of Reg. western district, 25
a each, entered 3 May 1826 by #887 granted Abner C. Sublett assignee said Register,
13th district Gibson Co. on waters of north fork of Forked Deer river adj. S. W.
corner John Baker's entry.
Page
West Tennessee. Information taken from West Tennessee Numerical Listing
missing from Land Grant Book.
Grantee Brooks, Robert.
Grant #275. Date Oct. 21, 1826, County - Blank.
a
Page 266. #181. Rec. 11 Jan. 1827. Cert. #1127, 1128, 1129, 1130, 1131, 1132,
1133 and 1134, 3 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn., assignees of Reg. western district, 25 a each, entered 3 May 1826 by #886 granted Valentine M. Sublett assignee
said Register, 13th district Gibson Co. on waters of north fork of Forked Deer River,
adj. S. W. corner entry #710 (700) John Baker.
Page 267. #182. Rec. 11 Jan. 1827. Cert. #1119, 1120, 1121, 1122, 1123, 1124,
1125 & 1126, 3 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn. assignees Registers of western
district, 25 a each, entered 3 May 1826 #888 granted A1freb Bell assignee said Register, 13th district Gibson Co. on waters of north fork of Forked Deer River, adj.
S. W. corner John Baker1s survey, S. E. corner survey of heirs of Valentine Higgins,
line of Abner C. Sublett.
Page 268.
#183.
Rec. 11 Jan. 1827.
Cert. 1109, 1110, 1111, 1112, 1113, 1114, 1115
& 1116, 3 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn. assignee of the Register of western district, 25 a each, entered 3 May 1826 by #789 granted William Allen assignee said
Register, 13th district Gibson Co. on waters of north fork of Forked Deer River adj.
N. W. Corner entry #635 heirs of Valentine Haggins.
Page 269.
#184.
Rec. 11 Jan. 1827.
Cert. 1135, 1136, 1137, 1138, 1139, 1140, 1141
& 1142, 3 March 1826, Commissioners of Tenn. assignee of Reg. western district, 25 a
each, entered 3 May 1826 by #885 granted Robert Lawing, 13th district Gibson Co. on
waters of north fork of Forked Deer River, adj. N. W. corner John Sewe11 1s entry.
(Continued Next Quarter)
-189ROANE COUNTY, TENNESSEE, CHANCERY COURT RECORDS
(Contributed by Mrs. Ernest Hutcherson, P. O. Box 154, Rockwood, Tennessee
Pages 174-182
John Meek
vs
37854)
December Term 1825
Marcus D. Bearden and Morton Peterson
John Meek made bond to prosecute his case with George Blang and John Rutherford his
securties, 20 Feb. 1824.
To the Honorable the Judges of the Court of Chancery for the second Judicial Circuit
sitting at Knoxville . . • . your Orator John Meek of the County of Grainger ..• Tennessee
••• about 26 Dec. l820 ••• contracted with Marcus D Bearden of Knox County for the purchase of a tract of land lying on the south side of Holstein river, represented to
your Orator by said Bearden to contain 640 acres in the counties of Jefferson and
Grainger ••• for $3000 .•.• May 1823 a certain John Cocke in whom the title was at the
time, to join him the said Bearden in executing a deed to your Orator •.. deed marked
exhibit A••• land on the north side is owned by a certain William Cocke ••. There will
be a deficiency of some 80 or 90 acres ••• Bearden assigned his bond to a certain
Morton Peterson late of Knoxville •••. Peterson sued your Orator on said note and obtained a judgement against your Orator in the County Court of Granger May Sessions
l823 .•• Bearden and Peterson wholly refuse to make any compensation ••• for the deficiency in said land .••• prays a perpetual injunction of the collection of said judgement ..• sworn to by John Meek 20 Feb. 1824.
EXHIBIT A
This indenture made 19 May 1823 between John Cocke and Marcus D Bearden of the
Counties of Grainger and Knox .•. and John Meek of the County of Granger •.• $3000 .••
certain tract of land situate in the counties of Grainger and Jefferson on the south
side of Holstein river subject nevertheless to the dower of the widow of James
Collison deceased late of Grainger County .•• which land was conveyed by the heirs of
James Collison to John Cocke and John F. Jack .•• subject to the dower of the widow of
James Collison ••• surveyed by Charles McAnally ••. 640 acres.
John Cocke
M. D. Bearden
Answer of Marcus D. Bearden filed May 17, 1824
..• answers ••• true in December l820 ••• entered into a written agreement relating to the
exchange of the tract of land in the Complainants bill mentioned ••. for a tanning establishment in the town of Knoxville •.• believes the calls of the deed will include
within 16 acres of the quanity mentioned in said deed ••. Sworn to 17 May 1824.
Interlocutory Decree-Robert Armstrong be appointed to make a survey of the land •••
report with plats within two months ••• Final Decree-8December 1825 •.• that Complainant
recover of said Bearden the sum of $276.58 the amount due Meek for the deficiency of
59 acres. The defendant prays an appeal to the Supreme Court of Errors and Appeals
to be held at Knoxville on the Second Monday of July next which is granted .••
Pages 183-188
December Term 1825
William Trigg and Abram Trigg
vs
Rufus Morgan and Abram Trigg
Bond-Abram Trigg and Thomas S. Williams .•• bound unto Rufus Morgan and M. Trigg .••
11 March 1820.
To the Honorable the Judges of the Supreme Court of Errors and Appeals for the
Second Judicial Circuit
••• your Orator William Trigg a citizen of Sumner County and Abram Trigg a citizen of
Giles County ..• Tennessee ••• that in the year l8__ (blank) they erected a Bagging factory in Gallatin in the County of Sumner, for the purpose of making bailing lining,
having made a considerable quanity of linen at that factory and not finding ready
sale for the same .•• concluded to send the same to Natckey, then in the Mississippi
Territory where they were informed the price was better ••• concluded to send the same
to the house of Trigg & Morgan if they would agree to receive it, and undertake the
selling thereof ... your Orator William Trigg addressed a letter to one of the firm .•.
Orators in reply were informed they would receive & sell said linen for them •.• been
informed and believe that Stephen Trigg now deceased, Abram Trigg who now resides in
the State of Virginia and Rufus Morgan were the individuals who composed the firm of
Trigg and Morgan ••. year 1811 they sent twenty pieces of Bagging lining to the defendants for which they give a receipt. •• Exhibit No. 1. .. (several shipments listed) •..
total of near 12,000 yards ••• have not received any compensation whatever, said defendants utterly'refuse to settle with your Orators ..•
There are five receipts recorded marked Exhibits and signed by Jesse Pierce, Adam
Crump, Edward Saunders, Jesse Weaver and David Dement.
Answer of Defendants filed May 15, 1820
Abram B. Trigg-and Rufus Morgan ••• answer to the bill filed against them by William
Trigg and Abram Trigg ••• they are two of the persons who formerly belonged to the
house of Trigg & Morgan at Natchez in the Mississippi Territory, that prior to the
establishment of said house several other persons had been established and doing
business at the same place ••• Stephen Trigg was partner to wit the house of "Trigg
King & Co., Trigg Doherty & Co., Doherty King & Co. and Trigg & Giles" ••. defendants
had no interest in none of these houses. The King mentioned was known to be
William King of Abingdon••• have no knowledge .of any such articles having been ever
sent by them to the house of Trigg & Morgan ••• Probable that it was sent to Stephen
Trigg alone or to Some of those other houses, in which he was, concerned. James
Trigg who signed receipt number two and three as agent for Trigg and Morgan never
was agent for Trigg and Morgan and your Respondant Abram Trigg well remembers that
said James left Abingdon with Stephen Trigg ••• employed by said Stephen and going to
Natchez with and to do business for him. Francis Day was once employed of the house
of Trigg & Morgan, but James Trigg never was ••. The house of Trigg & Morgan was entirely dissolved in the summer of 18l2 .•• your respondant Abram B. was present when
one of the Complainants applied to John J. Trigg as executor of Stephen Trigg for
payment .•• denies all manner of fraud ... humbly prays to be dismissed .••
A. B. Trigg
Rufus Morgan
Decree - 8 December 1825
The Complainants bill was dismissed for want of proof.
(Continued Next Quarter)
-191QUERIES
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67-139 DE BORD, ENGLAND, GREENWAY, HAMILTON, LYCAN, MOORE, OAKS, PAYNE, SULLENS,
UTTER: Want parents of William Payne b. ca 1787, Va., and w. Elizabeth (Greenway?)
b. ca 1794, Tenn.; Benjamin Wofford Payne, b. 22 July 1820, Tenn., m. Mary Evaline,
dau. of Wm. and Elizabeth Payne, Washington Co., Tenn. & Mo.; Michael Oaks b. 30
Sept. 1809, Tenn. m-l Sarah
? b. 1 March 1809, m-2 Sarah Jane De Bord b. Tenn.
(when?). To Ill. & Mo.; Abraham Utter b. 9 May 1765, Boston, Mass? New Jersey;
Martha Lycan b. 20 Jan l767? Penn., T,nn., Ind.; Samuel Moore b. 14 Feb. 1803, Tenn.,
m. Blount Co., Jane Utter b. 22 Dec. 1799, Blount Co., Tenn. Ind., Iowa; John McCamin
England b. 21 Jan. 1814, Tenn.; LaVesta A. Hamilton b. 12 Feb. 1823, Tenn., dau. of
Joseph P. Hamilton b. ca 1804, Tenn. and w. Julia Ann
? b. ca 1804, Ky., Mo.,
Ark.; John Sullens b. ca 1804, Tenn., and w. Nancy
? b. ca 1808, N.C., Ill.
Mrs. Martha Ellis, 200 West Avenue D. Kingman, Kansas 67068.
)
67-140 BEADLE, CAMPBELL, GARRARD, HAWKINS, KING, PAYNE, STEPHSON, THOMPSON, WHITLOCK:
Need infor on Henry Payne (Pain) who m. N. C., Rachel Thompson. To Wilson Co., Tenn.,
ca 1810. Were they parents of James Payne who m. 1821, Wilson Co., Tenn., Anna
Campbell? James had brother, John, who m. Cynthia
? Need Anna's parents. James
and John to Wabash Co., Ill. ca 1840. Parents of Dennis King b. ca 1804, N. C., m.
1827, Wilson Co., Tenn., Elizabeth Beadle. Was she sis of Frances Beadle who m.
1833, Wilson Co., Robert R. Whitlock? Elizabeth and Frances both b. Va. Need parents? Was Wm. Beadle, to Wilson Co. ca 1808, their father? Info on family of
James Hawkins (blacksmith) b. 1801, Ky. Parents from Va. He m. 1823, Hardin Co.,
Ky., America Stephson. Ch. John and Elizabeth b. Ky. Others in Ind. James & America
our. Greenwood Co. Kans., She b. 1808 Paris, Ky. Said related to Gov. Garrard family.
Mrs. R. O. Hawkins, R. R. #2, Cedar Vale, Kansas 67024.
67-141 CROCKETT, VICKERS: Need marriage record of Robert Crockett, b. 16 Feb. 1805,
Ky., d. 1863-4, St. Clair Co., Mo., and Mary Vickers, b·
1811, S. C., d. 1873-4, St.
Clair Co., Mo. Their first 3 children b. in Tenn. (Where?): Lauretta Ann, b. 30
Sept. 1833; James Patterson, b. 1835; Nancy Jane, b. 1837; 4th child, John L., b. in
Mo.
Mrs. Melba D. Pendleton, 4125 N. W. 52nd Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112.
67-142 CANNON, GRAVES, MONROE, MURRAY, RUSSELL, YOUNG; Need parents of Martha C.
Cannon who d. 1885, m. in Ala., Rubin Monroe, b. 1838. Who were parents of Mary
____ , b. ca 1819, m. Samuel B. Monroe? Need descendants of Sterling Graves, b. 1816,
N. C., d. 1837, Fayette Co., Tenn., Bro of William C. Graves. Need data on
Christopher C. Murray who m. Sarah Jane Russell, b. 1847, Ga. Have data to exchange
on Graves, Monroe and Young lines in Tenn.
Mrs. Barbara Graves Billings, 704 West 28th Ave., Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71601.
67-143 BIRD, DUNN, HEADRICK, HURST, MYERS, PARMAN, SMITH: Will ex~hange info on all
of Dunn surname who came through Washington-Greene Co., Tenn., 1775-1830. Daniel
Dunn m. Rhoda Dunn (said to be cousins), have proof of residence in this area 1782.
Where did they come from? Who were they related to? Seeking info on James Dunn of
same area and time. Ch. of Daniel and Rhoda Dunn: Amelia m. Jacob Bird; Mary m.
Abraham Hurst; Levi m. Elizabeth Hurst; Daniel m. Susannah Parman; Rhoda m. James
Smith; James and William, twins, d. in infancy; Jane m. John Myers; William m.
Rebecca Headrick; James; Anna m. William Headrick. All above ch. b. 1781-1799.
Mrs. Blodwen W. Boyle, Box 408, Cayucos, California 93430.
-19267-144 MOORE, SOAP, SWOAPE, SWOOP, SWOPE: Need info on Swoape family (any spelling) listed in 1850, 1860 and 1880 Cannon Co., Tenn. Census. Head of family in
1850 was Jemima Soap, 35, with 4 children: Thomas R, 19m; George C., no age given,
but could be twin of Thomas; Zenobia, l7f; and Samuel A., 14m. The 1860 census shows
Jemmima Swoap, 45f; S.A. Swoap, 24m. The 1880 census shows Samuel Swoop, 44;
Elizabeth, 38; Wm. T., 14; George F., 12; Samuel R., 9; John T., 8; James F., 5;
Prudence, 3; Eugenia, 7 months; and Jegemima, 64 (listed as mother). Elizabeth was
a Moore, b. ca. 1842, Coffee Co., Tenn. Samuel b. 1836, Woodbury, Tenn. Who were
parents and husband of Jemima Swoape, b. where in Tenn.? Need all data for
Elizabeth Moore Swoape who may have d. in Crockett Co., Tenn. Need death date and
place for Samuel.
Mrs. Eric (LeeVerne) de Place, 2730 Stewart Avenue, Medford, Oregon 97501.
67-145 ANDERSON, GRAHAM, YOUNG: Need info on Barnett Graham, b. N.C. (where?), m.
Sarah Anderson, dau. of Col. Nathaniel Anderson of Memphis, Tenn. Need data on
, b. 1818.
Samuel Young of Perry Co., Tenn., b. ca. 1816, m. Elizabeth
Mrs. Barbara Graves Billings, 704 West 28th Ave., Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71601.
67-146 COUNTRYMAN, HALL, PUCKETT, TURNER: Need infor. on Ephraim Turner of Rutherford Co., Tenn. (b. when and where? N.C.?), m. 16 Apr. 1843, Louisa (Eliza) Hall, b.
21 May 1818, Tenn., dau. of Andrew Hall, b. 22 Sept. 1777, N. C. and Elizabeth
Countryman, b. ca. 1783, N. C. Mattie E. Turner, dau. of Ephraim and Louisa, m.
Arthur P. Puckett in Rutherford Co., res. in Bedford Co. Family story says Ephraim
d. ca. 1850 before birth of son, Andrew D. Turner. Family homesite supposed to be
on Rutherford-Bedford line, near Midville. No Turners in 1850 census for either
county. Arthur P. Puckett was my gr-gr-father, Confederate veteran. Want HallCountryman data.
Mrs. Eric (LeeVerne) de Place, 2730 Stewart Avenue, Medford, Oregon 97501.
67-147 BIRD, BURD, BYRD: Will exchange info on all Bird families who lived in
Washington, Greene and Hawkins Cos., Tenn., 1775-1840. What was relationship of
early John and Amos Bird? Names of John's children? What became of him? Where
did John and Amos COme from?
Mrs. Blodwen W. Boyle, Box 408, Cayucos, California 93430.
67-148 BARTHOLOMEW, CHOWNING, DENNIS, GREEN, HORTON: Seeking parents, brothers,
sisters of Owen Dennis, b. 1799, S. C., m. 1821, Wilson Co., Tenn., Deborah Green, d.
1870, Polk Co., Tenn. One known sister, Margaret m-l Horton, m-2 Thos. Bartholomew.
Margaret d. 1852, Wilson Co., Tenn. Also need info on family of Richard Chowning
who had, among others, sons Robert, Samuel and James, all b. Tenn. Moved to Ill. ca.
1830. Will exchange information.
Mrs. A. B. Lockhart, 3000 Lavell Street, Wichita Falls, Texas 76308.
67-149 BARCUS, CHEATHAM, STANFORD: Need parents, birthdate and place of George and
Jemima Stanford who m. 1812, Lincoln Co., Tenn. To Ala. 1819. Also parents and
birthplace of Lewis Edmond Cheatham and Behethlin Barcus who m. 30 May 1838, Winston
Co., Ala.
Mr. W. E. Stanford, 317 W. Morgan Street, Tahlequah, Oklahoma 74464.
67-150 BAINES, COX, GRAY, HALE, WHEELOCK, KINCHELOE: John Cox m. 1817, Washington
Co., Tenn., Ruth Gray. 1850 census, as family #1932, they lived next to #1933, my
grandparents Nathan Baines b. 1830, and Mary Ann Cox Baines b. 1830. Heretofore,
I have claimed this John and Ruth as parents of my Mary Ann Cox. But were they? I
found two wills that seem to disprove my assumption. I know Mary Ann Cox had a brother James W. Cox b. 1825, m. Hannah, dau of Chase Hale. Hale's will in 1872 mentions dau. Hannah Cox and also, James W. Cox, son of Sallie Cox, dcd. The other will,
of John C. Wheelock, Sr. (wife Sarah Kincheloe) in 1837 mentions "to dau. Sarah Cox's
children--$40." Could Sarah and Sallie be same person? Next door to John and Ruth
Cox in 1850 was another Cox family: John Cox age 31, w. Hannah age 31, 5 children
and a Sarah Cox age 61. Was this Sarah Cox the widow named in Wheelock's will of
-193l837! Please help!
Mr. William A. Burns, 2721 W. San Miguel, Phoenix, Arizona,
85017.
67-151 DIEHL, GODDARD, HALL, HATCHER, TEFFETELLER: Wish to locate Des. of George
C. and Della Diehl who res. Memphis, Tenn. when his father (John William Diehl) d.
1901. Also correspond on any Teffeteller line. Joseph Teffeteller m. 12 Dec. 1857,
Nancy Hall. Had dau. Isabell b. Aug. 1861, m. 30 Sept. 1878, Samuel Munchy Goddard;
and son Joseph Henry, b. 5 Nov. 1868, Blount Co., Tenn., m. Bettie Jane Hatcher.
Mrs. Eva Ulmer, 1009 Diamond Street, Eugene, Oregon 97401.
67-152 BIGGS, BINGHAM, BROILES (BROYLES), BROOKSHIRE, CLAWSON, HALL, HUBER (HOOVER),
PERKINS, POTTER, VINCENT: Who was Miss Broiles (Broyles) who m. Jacob Huber
(Hoover), son of Mathias Huber who bought land in now Rutherford Co., Tenn. l792?
Jacob and wife had 13 ch.: Christopher b. 1815, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas and
Rebecca Brookshire; Mary m. Wm. G. Bingham. Both young couples to Linn Co. (now
Sullivan), Mo. in 1837. Need info on Broo·.shires. On 1820 census, Franklin Co.,
Tenn. Need parents of William Perkins b. 18 Feb. 1807, Tenn. (where?) and wife
Margaret Clawson b. Dec. 1813, Va. 1st child, James K. b. 1829, Tenn. 2nd child,
Mary Jane b. 1 Jan. 1832, Daviess Co., Ind. Have names, of 12 ch. Couple buried
Lindley Cemetery, Sullivan Co., Mo. Need parents of James Potter b. 1798, Tenn. and
wife Susanna, b. 1799, Va.; Son, Henderson, b. 11 June 1821, Tenn. (where?) They
lived Greene Co., Mo., 1850; Other known ch.: Preston; Wm. H.; Sarah A.; Marion;
Rebecca; and Mary L. Info on Richard Hall, b. 1792, Tenn., and wife Nancy Biggs, b.
1804, Tenn. Where? Dau Eliza Jane b. 24 Aug. 1827, Ky. Family on 1850 Census,
Greene Co., Mo. Other ch: Gachica(?), Thomas, Minerva, Kiziah. Eliza Jane m.
Henderson Potter. Their dau. Minerva Jane Vincent was my grandmother.
Mrs. Alberta V. Dennis, 502 Stoeckly Place, Garden City, Kansas 67846.
67-153 HARDWICK, PEARSON, VENABLE: Want parents and birthplace of Rev. Edmund
Pearson, b. 1797, Ga., of S. C., d. 1848, Talladega, Ala. m. Cynthia, dau of Garland
Hardwick and Susan Venable. Several sons of Edmund Pearson and his brother, Wm. E.,
were Methodist Ministers in Ala., Miss., Tenn., and Texas Conferences from 1820.
Want parents and birthplace of Susan Venable.
Mrs. Dale C. Loyd, 30 Wolfe Drive, McGehee, Arkansas 71654.
67-154 CLAYTON, RHEA, WEAR, RUTLEDGE: Who were parents of Col. Richard B. Clayton
b. 1790, N. C., d. 1867, m-l Sally Rutledge, m-2 Margaret Wear. Lived in Ala. where
most of 9 children born, then Tishomingo Co., Miss. Who were parents of Sarah Rhea,
b. 1781, Va., mother of Margaret Wear and wife of George Wear of Washington Co.,
Tenn.
Mrs. Hiram C. Adams, 166 Queen Street, Charleston, South Carolina 29401.
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67-155 BOSTICK, CARTER, HARRIS, HOLLAND, KIRBY, MARTIN, MOFFATT, NORWOOD, SLOAN,
STOVALL, WILLIAMS: Who were parents of Nathan A. Bostick, b. 1814; Chesley Butler
Bostick, b. 1818; and Mathew D. Bostick b. l82l? They lived Jackson Co., Ala., and
d. in Madison Co., Ala. On 1880 census, Nathan said his father was b. in S.C. and
mother in Ga. Chesley Bostick m. Frances? and Susan Stovall, ch: Wm., Elizabeth,
Nathan, Frances, Mary Ann, George, John E. and Francisco Rice. Mathew Bostick m.
Mary A. Carter, Ch: Rosannah E., John F., James B., California, Richard, Chesley
B., and Wm. Nathan m. Caroline Stovall and they had John F., Rosannah, Eunice T.,
George, Ancil M., Beaureguard, Robert Lee, Cynthia, Evalina, Elizabeth, Kitsey, and
Thomas. The Sloans from Fairfield Co., S. C. to Marshall Co., Miss. on Tenn. line.
James Alexander Sloan b. 1818, S. C., d. 1893, Corinth, Miss.,m. Sarah Ann Moffatt.
John Sloan b. 1820, S. C. m. Sarah ? b. 1822, S. C. and lived nr Collierville, Tenn.
1870. E. M. Sloan, b. 1814, S. C. m. Margaret ?, b. 1839-40, Miss., and lived same
area. (Marshall Co., Miss. census sometimes included census for Collierville, Tenn.)
Father of James Alexander Sloan was John Sloan. Where was he from. He m. Eliza
Martin, dau of Rev. sold. in S. C. Need origin of these Sloans. Isaac Kirby m.
Nancy Norwood in Chapel Hill, N. C. and moved to Carroll Co., Tenn. and Marshall Co.,
-194Miss. ch: Mylee (Mahala) m. Solomon Williams, Rebecca b. 1815, m. Sherod Harris, b.
1797, N. C., Betsy, Nancy m. Wm. Holland, William, Norwood b. 1811, m. Guily (?)
W. ?, b. 1812 N. C., Calaspy. 1850 census, Marshall Co. shows Norwoods: William,
b. 1820 m. Mary A., b. 1830, N. C., William B., b. 1810, N. C. m. Martha b. 1811,
Tenn., Joseph L. Kirby, age 15, student from N.C., as well as Rebecca Kirby Harris.
Where did Kirbys and Norwoods originate.
Kathryn Wiggins, 2223 Camilar Drive, Camarillo, California 93010.
67-156 LOGAN, ROBINSON: Want parents and all info on John Logan, believed b. Tenn.
Where? m. 1810, Champaign Co., Ohio, Rhoda Robinson b. Va. To Allen Co., Ohio, ca
1831 where John d. 1844, and Rhoda d. 1863.
Mrs. Mabel M. Logan, R. R. I, Harrod, Ohio 45850.
67-157 ALLEN, FREEMAN, ROBERTS: Need marriage record of Elisha Roberts and Mary A.,
ca 1812, N. C. First child, Harvey A. Roberts, b. 1814, N. C. Elisha Roberts b.
1795, Orange Co., N. C., d. 1867, Haywood Co., Tenn. Wife Mary A., b. 1796, N. C.,
survived. Harvey A. Roberts m. 1855, Madison Co., Tenn., Isabella Roberts, thought
to have been dau of Jacob Roberts and Dolly (Mary) Freeman, who m. 1825, Granville Co.,
N. C. Was Dolly (Mary) Roberts the dau of Gideon Freeman or of Edmund A. Freeman
and Mary Allen? Any Orange Co., N. C., or Granville Co. Roberts correspondence welcomed. Exchange.
Mrs. Edwin M. Standefer, 727 Goodlett, Memphis, Tennessee 38111.
67-158 CLARK, CROCKETT, JONES, LEE, MONTGOMERY, NICHOLS: George Washington Jones m.
ca 1808, Tenn. (where?) Easter Ann Montgomery. Need proof she was dau of a Robert?
Montgomery and Esther Montgomery, dau of John Montgomery and Agnes Crockett of Wythe
Co., Va. Need help badly! Hezekiah Lee on 1840 census, Overton Co., Tenn. Where
did he come from. Need wife and other children. Son Augustine Lee d. 1848, White
Co., Tenn. (later Putnam) m. ca 1820 (where?), Rachel Nichols. Need her parents.
Augustine's dau, Chloe Ann Lee, m. Wyatt Lindsey Clark. Need his ancestry.
Mrs. Merlyn Houck. Rt. 3, Stillwater. Oklahoma 74074.
67-159 DAVIS, GEREN, REDDITT, RIVES, SAUNDERS: John H. Davis, b. N. C., son of Gen.
Hamilton Davis, m. Hettie E. Geren, dau of Abraham and Sarah Geren, moved to Choctaw
Co., Miss. 1834, later in Carroll Co., Miss. Dau. Sarah Rebecca m. Dr. James F.
Saunders. Son Sim C. m. Emma E. Rives. Thomas Henry Redditt, b. 1821, N. C. and
wife Mary B., b. 1834, Ark., had 3 sons, Muller, Tommie H. & Ralph. Believe Thomas
Henry was Physician as was his son Ralph. Family lived Yazoo and Holmes Cos., Miss.
Thomas Henry and sons Muller and Tommie buried in Rocky Springs Baptist Church cemetery in Yazoo Co. Desire to correspond and exchange on these families.
Mr. W. M. Redditt, Jr., P. O. Box 1222. Shreveport. Louisiana 71102.
67-160 DESRISIA, GOMER, SHILLING: Who were parents of James Frederick Gomer, b.
1797, N. C.? He lived ca 10 years somewhere in Tenn. ch: Augustus C., b. ca 1821,
Tenn. (Stewart Co?), Mary Ann, b. 1828, Tenn., Amanda F., b. 1836, Texas, m. Vincent
Shilling. She d. Antlers, Okla. after living in Sabine Parish, La., and Naverro Co.,
Texas., Leonidus B., b. ca 1839, Sabine Co., Tex. (Is it correct he never returned
from Civil War?), Anna M., b. ca 1845, Sabine Co., Tex., m. 1870 Mr. Desrisia,
Catherine, b. ca 1843, Texas, was living in 1860's.
Mrs. Helen Gomer Schluter, 3800 N. Haltom Road, Ft. Worth, Texas 76117.
67-161 FORD, HOGG, JACKSON, OGLESBY, RUSSELL, SCALES, TUGGLE, VERHINES: Need parents, date and place of birth of Martha Elizabeth Oglesby, m. 11 Oct. 1849, Trigg Co.,
Ky., William Joseph Horton Fletcher Russell. What relation to Josephine Emily
Oglesby who m. Milton Washington Russell, brother of W. J. H. F.? Were they sisters?
Need parents, brothers, sisters, of Sarah Elizabeth Hogg, b. Tenn., d. Johnson Co.,
Ill., m-l Mr. Scales, killed in ConL Army and had 2 ch., Samelia, called "Sam," and
Margaret, called IlMo11y, II m-2 Jefferson Garrett Verhines, a widower, by whom she had
6 or 8 children. She was related to a Calvin Hogg and a Finis Hogg. How? She is
-195believed to be dau of Calvin Hogg and Elizabeth Jackson. Who were their parents?
Her ancestors believed to have lived prior Civil War nr New Johnsonville, Tenn.
Relatives during and after war in Tenn., Ill., and Ky. Who were parents of Noah
Ford, b. ca 1842, Christian Co., Ky., lived later in Pope Co., Ill., in Union Army.
He m. in Pope Co., Louisa Tuggle. Had at least one bro., Wm. Ford. Bible gives
Noah's father as Yaccup Ford. Is this nickname for Jacob? Who was mother, and who
were their parents?
Mrs. R. J. Williams, Atty., 221 West Main St., Lebanon, Tennessee 37087.
67-162 CANTRELL, FOWLER, JONES, LEDBETTER, NEWMAN, PAYNE, SHEPARD, SULLIVAN, THRIFT,
TUCKER, VINEYARD: Want parents of: Jesse Payne b. ca 1762, m. 26 Aug. 1803, Washington Co., Tenn., Mary Newman; Mary Tucker, m. Jesse Payne, b. ca 1752; Martha
Shepard, m. Joseph Payne b. ca 1727-33; William Fowler, b. ca 1808, m. Elizabeth
(Jones?), b. ca 1821. Daughter Rebecca Fowler, b. ca 1844, m. (Joseph?) Cantrell,
b. ca 1839, Ga.? Dau. Rebecca Jane Cantrell, b. 5 Sept. 1859/63, Ga., m. ?, Samuel
(Joseph?) Tate, Ga., Mo.; John S. Sulliva"'_, b. 22 Nov. 1804, N. C.? m. Eleanor
Ledbetter, b. 21 Oct. 1807, N. C.; Lydia (Martisha?) Thrift, b. 28 Oct. 1838,
Guilford Co., N. C., m. 12 Nov. 1856, Peter Franklin Sullivan, b. 26 Aug. 1836,
N. C., Ind., Mo., Kansas; Wiley P. Jones, b. 12 Oct. 1848, Washington Co., Penn.,
m. 20 Oct. 1871, Streeter, Ill., Sarah Ellen Vineyard, b. 14 Jan. 1851, m. Frankfort,
Ky., Ill., Kansas.
Mrs. Martha Ellis, 200 West Avenue D., Kingman, Kansas 67068.
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67-163 MAYSE (or MAYES), TAYLOR: Want any information on parents and family of
John Colvin Taylor, b. 4 Oct. 1835, Tenn., d. 1885, Mansfield, DeSoto,La., m.
Martha Harvey Mayse or Mayes, of Oak Grove, Perry, Ala. Ch: Henrietta, John Colvin,
Fielding, Robert Thomas, Elizabeth Clementine, Florence, Luella, William Lawerance,
Carrie Amelia. All b. Mansfield except Elizabeth C. b. Paris, La.
Mr. Sidney C. Rymer, 327 East 4th North, Manti, Utah 84642.
67-164 ANDERSON, HALL, HUNTER, LOCKE, ROGERS: Need info on Rogers family. Cornelius
Rogers, b. 25 Sept. 1805 (where?), d. 13 Dec. 1865, Lamar Co., Tex. His wife was
Elizabeth Anderson, b. 18 Apr. 1810 (where?), d. 17 May 1885, Hamilton Co., Texas.
His father was William Rogers, b. 1785, who came from Scotland to East Tenn. They
lived McMinn Co., Tenn. in 1825. Had two daus., Matilda m. Henry Locke and E.
Fannie m. Jesse C. Locke. They d. in Choctaw Co., Ala. Need infor on early Locke
family. Joe Locke m. Miss Hall. Their son Jesse McCulloc Locke m. ca 1815, Mary
Hunter. Believed they were from Rowan Co., N. C. Lived Hamilton Co., Tenn. in 1818
to 1863 or later. Their son Henry Locke, b. Mch 1818, Hamilton Co., m. Matilda
Rogers and their son Jesse Culp Locke, b. 1823, m. 1848, E. Fannie Rogers. Other
ch. were J. Newell b. 1829, Joe, Mary, and A. Judson.
Mrs. Walter Locke, 1002 N. 6th, Sayre, Oklahoma 73662.
HERN,
67 -165 ALLEN, BRIDGE, CALTON, CLAYBORN, FISHER, HANEY,
HONEY. JACKSCN •. LINQUIST,
STEPHEND (or STEPHENS), STIGALL, STROUT, TILLERY, TITTLE, TOWNSEN: Desire info on
Allen and Hern families, lived in Overton, Jackson, Davidson, and Carroll Co., Tenn.,
Centon Co., Ark., Mo., Kansas & Col. John C. M. Allen, b. 19 June 1811, Jackson Co.,
Tenn., son of Wm. Allen and Lydia Strout, m. 8 Mch. 1830, S~rah Hern, b. 19 Meh.
1816/18, Overton Co., Tenn., dau of George Hern and Rachel Townsen. (brothers George,
John F. Hern, and a brother who m. "Non" or "Nany C.," had Nannie A., Emma W., Minna
J., and George H., lived in Carroll Co., Tenn. and Reno Co., Kansas). Issue: Mary
Ann b. 19 July 1836, George William b. 26 Aug. 1839, Lewis Archibald b. 3 Sept. 1840,
Overton Co., Tenn., m. 23 Aug. 1863, Carroll Co., Tenn., Mary Jane Honey, dau of
J. C. Honey and Elizabeth Stigall, Susan Paralee b. 11 Aug. 1843, d. 28 Sept. 1888,
m. Wm. Virgil Stephend or Stephens, James Bethel b. 30 Apr. 1846, Nashville, d. 2
June 1930, Grangeville, Idaho, m. Isabel Tittle of Benton Co., Ark., Charles
Timothy b. 15 July 1849, Nashville, d. 27 Jan. 1902, Fremont Co., Colo., m. Alice
Fisher of Ill., Martha Alzena b. 25 Apr. 1852, Carroll Co., Tenn., m. George
Washington Jackson, Hiriam Petty John Allen b. 6 Feb. 1855, Carroll Co., d.
Saskatewan, Canada, m-l Maud Brid~dau of James Bridge and Ruth
Haney, m-2
-196Margaret Elizabeth Linquist of S. D., Sarah Jane b. 18 Aug. 1857, MO., d. 4 June
1880, Colo., m. John B. Tillery, Nancy Lou Eugenia Winnie b. 26 Jan. 1861, Benton
Co., Ark., m-l Thomas Wm. Clayborn, m-2 Walter Calton.
Mrs. Josephine Allen Zaugg. Rt. 1. Box 66. Okonogon. Washington 98840.
67-166 ANDERSON, CHAPPELL, HALL, KINCAID, MONDAY, RAUHAUF, SAGE, SCOTT, STRICKLIN
(STRICKLAND), WILLIAMSON: Interested in Sage and Rauhauf families. Who was Charity,
b. N. C., wife of Samuel Sage, b. Va.? Who were her parents? Also parents of Nancy
Stricklin or Strickland, b. ca 1818, Tenn., m-l Mr. Scott and had James, m-2 Mr.
Kincaid and had Thomas, Daniel or David, m-3 Samuel Monday and had Edmund, m-4, 1854
Mo., John D. Sage, and had Gordon Fleming Sage b. 1855. Census gives all ch. b. Mo.
All husbands said to have been widowers with families. Did she have brothers and
sisters? Who was Mary, b. Tenn., d. 1850, m. Gordon Fleming Sage b. ca 1820, Tenn.?
She left at least 2 ch. Charity b. ca 1844, m. Allen Chappell, and Elizabeth Ann b.
22 Mch. 1850. Gordon F. Sage m-2 ca 1853, Sally Ann Williamson. Charity and
Elizabeth had half brother Meredith and probably a half sister Mary. The wives of
G. F. Sage may have been sisters, and Sally Ann may have been the Cecila Ann Sage
who m. 1860 Mr. Anderson and had with them on 1860 census 2 Sage children, Mary and
John M., and 2 Anderson children the same age. Elizabeth Ann Sage b. 1850 m. her 1st
cousin, Gordon F. Sage b. 1855. Samuel and Charity Sage had known issue: John D.
b. 13 Jan. 1805, Grayson Co., Va., Morgan, b. Grayson Co., James, Sampson, Samuel,
Gordon Fleming b. ca 1820, Tenn., Patsy m. Mr. Hall. Samuel Sage moved to Taney Co.,
Mo. in 1830's. G. F. Sage b. 1820, owned property in Fannin Co., Texas in 1838.
Mrs. Sterling Parker, 8403 N. E. St. Johns Road. Vancouver. Washington 98665.
67-167 ALBERTSON (ALBISON), BAKER, BRINLEY, COWIN, DeROSSETT, MAYBERRY, McGEE,
REYNOLDS (RUNNELS), ROBINSON: Will descendents from either side, maternal or paternal, of following couples please write so that we can exchange info. Sarah J. McGee
m. 2 July 1867, Solomon Robinson, Smith Co., Tenn.; Elmira C. R. Cowin m. 21 Aug.
1868, William H. Robinson; Charles J. Reynolds (Runnels) m. 14 Aug. 1872, Sarah Jane
Robinson; Estes (?) C. Baker m. 9 Aug. 1880, Asa Brinley, brother of George Brinley;
Mary Ann Robinson m. 8 Nov. 1872, George Brinley; Nancy Mayberry m. James Robinson.
All above m. in Smith Co., Tenn. and had as common ancestors one Ransom Robinson b.
N. C. m. Sarah (Sally) Albison or Albertson. A female "DeRossett" who m. a "Brinley,"
possibly Stephen, Sr.
Mrs. Helen Heine Herbst. Powell Butte. Oregon 97753.
67-168 ANDREWS, CANTRELL, DAVIDSON, SPRADLING, TOTTY: Wish to exchange with des of:
John Melton Cantrell m. Jasper, Marion Co., Tenn., 5 Apr. 1866, Martha Davidson.
Need their parents. They later moved to Texas. Frank Marion Totty m. 24 Aug. 1843,
Hickman Co., Tenn., Rhoda Spradling, dau of David and Susannah Spradling. Need
David's parents and Susannah's maiden name. Frank M. Totty was son of Robert Totty
(when did he die?) and Sandal Andrews. Who were her parents?
Mrs. Alma Seitz. Box 94. Miami, Texas 79059.
67-169 BUSHART: In 1850 census, Henry Co., Tenn., Henry Bushart age 57 and wife
Sarah? age 40 born in N. C. What part? Henry's parents probe Jacob and Anna
Need parents of Jacob, Anna, and Sarah.
J. Fred O'Kelly. Box 5165. State College. Mississippi 39762.
67-170 ARNOLD, BOYDSTUN, EDWARDS, REED, WILLIAMSON: Wish info from des. of Cynthia
Boydstun m. 1838, Hardeman Co., Tenn., Burt N. Williamson; Sally Boydstun m. 1827,
Hardeman Co., Tenn., Jacob Edwards; Tabitha Boydstun m. ca 1788 Buncombe Co., N. C.,
Harmon Reed; Nancy Boydstun m. ca 1785, Buncombe Co., N. C., Thomas Arnold. Wish
parents and children of Robert Boystun b. 1804, d. 1843, buried Wayfarer Cemetery,
Boliver, Tenn. Who was Joshua Boydstun in Warren Co., Ky. in 1796?
Mrs. Arthur B. Domonoske. 207 E. 8th Street. Davis. California 95616.
BYRD
67-171 /GEORGE, TURNBOW (TURNBO, TURNBOUGH): Andrew Turnbow (Turnbo or Turnbough),
a Rev. sold., moved from Adair or Logan Co., Ky. to Tenn. before war of 1812, d. at
-197Fork Deer, Tenn., age 106 yrs 11 days. Many des. still living in Tenn.
tact anyone with Turnbow ancestor. Thomas George, b. ca 1767, lived Ky.
boy. Parents killed there by Indians. He was raised by foster parents.
Polly Byrd. Their dau. Sarah, b. 1809, Tenn. Family lived Fayette Co.,
moved to Chickasaw Co., Miss. in 1840's. Wish to contact des. of Thomas
Mrs. Lawrence E. Stone, 444 South 200 East, Provo, Utah 84601.
Wish to conas small
He m.
Ark., but
George.
67-172 HADDOCK, LUCAS, PHILLIPS, ROBINSON: Need parents of William Lucas, b. 1817,
Tenn. Where? d. Waterloo, Ala. ca 1879. He was left a widower several times. Who
was his wife in 1873 and mother of Hugh? Have limited data on his 11 children. Need
parents of John W. Phillips, b. 1855, lived Waterloo, Ala., m. Lucinda Haddock of
Cypress Inn, Tenn., moved to Okla. ca 1902, d. 1927. Who were parents of Joshua
Laurel Haddock b. 1833? Lived Cypress Inn, Tenn., d. 1911, Okla. Who were parents
of Laura Ann Robinson b. 1835, d. 1923, Okla? She m. Joshua Laurel Haddock. Have
data to exchange on these families.
Mrs. Dewie Koontz, c/o Masonic Home, West Division, Arlington, Texas 76010.
67-173 BENJAMIN, BRADFORD, BUNTEN, CASTLE, GRIFFIN, HAMPTON, HARRIS, HAUSEN, HERREN,
LONG, McMANNIS, PENNINGTON, PERKINS, SCOTT, SELIGER, SHANABARGER, SOLDERBACK, SHELL,
SWARTZLANDER, WEBB, WYATT: Exchange on above families. Need parents of James B.
Perkins b. 1818, m. Sarah Bunten b. 1817, and Benjamin L. Perkins b. 1812, m. Mary
Bunten b. 1813. Both on Carter Co., Tenn. 1840 census. Is the Esther Perkins found
living with a Shell family in 1850 census, Carter Co., the mother of these boys?
Parents of Mary and Sarah Bunten were William Bunten and Fanny Griffin who lived in
Johnson Co., Tenn.
Mr. James F. Perkins, 2602 Clio Road, Flint, Michigan 48504.
67-174 FORD, HYLTON, LANCASTER, SIMPSON, WAGGANOR: Wish to hear from any Lancaster
or des. of Lancasters who were ever in Tenn., Va. and Ky. Oldest found came here
1790, others followed and named Lancaster, Tenn. There was a Capt. Lewis Ford,
James Simpson, and Hyltons connected with the family. Some went to Texas, Mo., Ind.,
etc. Wish to contact des. of James Wagganor who m. a Lancaster in Tenn. and went to
Texas.
Mrs. Esmerelda R. Smith, A-2 Ambassador Apartments, 2418 Kirkland Place,
Nashville, Tenn. 37212.
67-175 BLEDSOE, SHUMATE: Who were parents, bros., sis. of Isaac Newton Bledsoe b.
1821, Tenn., (where?) and wife, Sarah Ann Shumate b. 1828, Mo. (Calloway Co?). Isaac
was Con. Sold., after war moved to Texas. May have d. near Decatur, in Wise Co.
Mrs. Carl Bledsoe, Box 121. Wild Horse, Colorado 80862.
67-176 BRASWELL, COTTON, DODSON, HARVEY, HOLIFIELD, THOMAS, YOUNG: Desire proof
Dr. Jacob Braswell, age 54 in 1850 Henry Co., Tenn. census, was son of Jacob
Braswell, Rev. pensioner, and wife Nancy Cotton of Edgecombe Co., N. C., who had son
Jacob b. 6 Dec. 1795. Did this Dr. Jacob Braswell m. a cousin Parthenia H. Cotton,
1819, Warren Co., N. C? Closely allied to this Braswell family in Henry Co., Tenn.,
were Micajah Thomas and Solomon Cotton. Particularly need info on Cotton family.
Dr. Braswell's oldest child, Orlando F., b. ca 1820, N. C., m. 1848, Henry Co., Tenn.;
Mary Jane Harvey b. ca 1825, N. C. Need her parents. William M. Young, b. 1848,
Tenn. or Ky., m-1 Margaret (Maggie) Holifield? (Or was this the Wm. Young who m.
1869 Henry Co., Margaret Dodson?) This Margaret Young and her parents are shown in
1880 census, Graves Co., Ky., as born in Ga. William M. Young was son of John and
(possibly Ellen or Nellie) Young. John b. ca 1815-20, likely in Tenn. Twins are
prevalent in this young family. Correspondence welcomed!
Mrs. N. Sam Dougherty, Jr., 316 Crestwood Drive, Tullahoma, Tennessee 37388.
67-177 BOONE, GRAN~ HARRIS, HARRISON, MITCHELL, MORGAN, SASSER: Eli Grant, b. 28
Mch. 1815, N. C. Mother was Sarah (who?). Who was father? Said related to President Grant. How? Eli m-l ca 1844, Mary
? ,b. S. C. and had dau Elizabeth b.
1845, Ala. To Union Co., Ark. 1850 with family. He m-2 1855, Perme1ia Mitchell,
-198a widow with a son, Moses Hezekiah Mitchell, b. ca 1854, Ark. She b. Ala. Who is
father of Moses Mitchell? Is Moses Mitchell who m. Mary Grant, dau of Wm. Grant and
Elizabeth Boone, his grandfather? Wish to contact des. of the 9 sisters and brothers
of Eli Grant. Wilson b. 1811, the oldest; Hugh m. Mildred M. Morgan in 1853, Union
Co., Ark. Where did they go? Hezekiah Grant d. 1863, Civil War; Henry H. Grant;
James W. Grant m. Martha Caroline Sasser, and I have most of this line. Believe all
born N. C. Family says maiden name of Permelia Mitchell was Harris, and her mother's
name was Harrison. Who are her parents?
Mrs. Juanita Hancock, P. O. Box 1, El Dorado, Arkansas 71730.
67-178 ELKINS, FOSTER, STONE, TITTLE: Thomas Dillard Elkins m. ca 1866, Cannon Co.,
Tenn., Mary Ann Foster, dau. of R. Porter Foster who m. Margaret Ann Stone. The
parents of Thomas Elkins were John Dillard Elkins b. N. C., and Julia Ann Tittle.
Would very much like more info on these people.
Mrs. J. M. Duecy, 1031 N. 33rd Street, Waco, Texas 76707.
67-179 DRUMRIGHT, REESE, ROBERTS (RICKETTS?): Where in Tenn. did Isaac T. Drumright
live? He was b. ca 1810, probe Mecklenburg or Brunswick Co., Va. Who was 1st wife?
When and where married. Ch: Drucilla b. ca 1835, Tenn., and David L. b. ca 1836,
Tenn. Isaac m-2 19 May 1842, Greene Co., Mo., Mary Ann Roberts (Ricketts?). He d.
there in 1847, leaving children by 2nd wife, Sarah Jane, George, William, and
Tabitha E. He may have had a brother, Charles Thomas, who m. in Mo., and a sister
Martha who m. James Reese in Tenn.
Jerry J. Webb, 7903 Charlotte Drive, Huntsville, Alabama 35802.
67-180 BIGGS: Asa Biggs and wife Hannah moved to Tenn. ca 1808, possibly Stewart
Co. Enlisted Jan. 1812 in 26th Tenn. Regt. From deeds believe Asa was in Stewart
Co. later than 1820, but not found in 1820 census. John and Reubin were bros. of Asa
and remained in Stewart Co. while Asa and family moved to Haywood Co. Where did he
live? What were his children's names? Had son Benjamin Franklin Biggs b. 1818.
Who did he marry and where did he live before moving to Texas in 1841 with Asa?
Appreciate any info on Tenn. Biggs line.
Mrs. C. A. Martin, Box 298. Atlanta, Texas 75551.
67-181 HOOKER, LASSITER, WALKER: Thomas Hooker, called "Major," m. 1800, Greenville, S. C., Sarah Walker. Would like her ancestry. Thomas b. 1781, Old Dobbs Co.,
N. C., near Snow Hill, d. 1832, Smith Co., Tenn. Jacob Lassiter, b. ca 1732, Bertie
Co., N. C. (?), m. Ann Hooker. Had dau. Sally Lassiter b. 1765, sons Jacob, Silas,
Jesse, and Stephen. Need Lassiter ancestory. Exchange.
Mrs. David Orrahood, 2725 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301.
67-182 BAUDER (Bader), BRINT, COGDELL, COOR (CORE, COORE, CHaR), CRAWFORD, CROOM,
FLEMING, HOWELL, TENNYSON: Who were parents, bros., sis. of Hiram Tennyson b. ca
1802, N. C., m. Sarah Bauder (Bader) b. ca 1815, Johnsville, Montgomery Co., N. Y.
He d. 1863, Tishomingo Co., Miss. She d. 1870 there, and was dau. of Lodowick and
Catherine Bauder (Bader). Who were parents of Thomas Coor (Core, Coore, Chor) b. ca
1784, Wayne Co., N. C., d. Hardeman Co., Tenn. (when?) m. Nancy Croom. Came to Tenn.
1826. Would like all family data. Their dau, Sarah Coor b. 1825, Wayne Co., N. C.
m. Joseph Washington Fleming b. 1830, Maury Co., Tenn. Who are his parents? Need
parents of James Briscoe Brint and Narcissa Brint. Both b. N. C. She b. ca 1816,
d. 1897, Hardeman Co., Tenn. Robert Crawford m. Anna Cogdell. Their dau, Anna
Crawford, m. Ralph Howell in Wayne Co., N. C•. Need dates and families.
Mrs. H. L. Davidson. 427 North Main Street, Bolivar. Tennessee 38008.
67-183 WHITON: Wish to contact all des. of Thomas Whiton, to New England 1635,
for supplement to book The Whiton Family in America, to be compiled by Whiton Family
Association.
Mrs. H. H. Rugeley, 2202 W. 10, Austin. Texas 78703.
-19967-184 BEAL, KEMPER, LEONARD, THO(A)RPE: Need any info on Hardin Tho(a)rpe, b. Va.
ca 1804, m. Martha
?
b. 1810, S. C. In Giles Co., Tenn. at least 1825 to 1850.
All known children b. Tenn: Thomas, Mary, Martha, James Elizabeth, Charles Francis
Marion (to Texas right after service in Confederate Army), and W. H. Would like to
hear from any relatives. Want parents, bros., sis. of Micajah Beal b. 1794-1804, m.
ca 1823, Giles Co., Tenn., Melinda Leonard b. 18 Jan. 1801. He died in "house raising" accident early 1830's. Melinda bought farm on Clear Crk., Giles Co., 6 Mch.
1833. She later m. a Mr. Kemper and after his death went to Burnet Co., Tex. to
live with only son, Alfred Joshua Beal, where she d. 1879.
Mrs. L. Arnold Purtell, 4512 W. 11th Street, Lubbeck, Texas 79416.
WEBB
67-185 CRANFORD, BLACKSTOCK, HARRIS, THORNTON, YOUNGBLOOU: Sintha Sorena Thornton
(Bible spelling) b. 1 Mch. 1822, where? Who are her parents? She m. 1838, Andrew J.
Cranford, b. 12 Jan. 1815, Tenn(?). Who are his parents? Family says his mother was
a Youngblood. They had 9 ch: eldest, Sea~orn M. Cranford, b. 16 Oct. 1839, Martha
Jane, Sarah Jane, Wm. Jefferson, Mary Ann Camella, Thomas Wesley, b. 2 Apr. 1851, m.
Louiza Jane Harris, Rose Ann, Josephine, b. 6 Jan. 1865, m. James Ezekiel Webb, and
Malsadonia (Bible spelling). where were children born? James Ezekiel Webb, b. 1855,
Ark. (where?) and sister Deanisha Partee Webb, b. 19 Dec. 1853, Ark., (m. John T.
Blackstock). Who was their mother? Father was James Roy Webb, b. 1828, Bibb Co.,
Ala. Where was he in l850? His widow mother and 7 of her children on Calhoun Co.,
Ark. census. He m-2 Aug. 1856 and is on Ashley Co. 1860 census. James Roy Webb was
son of James Webb and Elizabeth (Who?). Who are their parents? James in 2 Regt.
West Tenn. Militia, 1812. Was father of 5 boys and 5 girls, all b. Ala. Sons were
Daniel b. 1818, William, James Roy, Joel, and Reuben J. Who did they marry? Need
info on des. and anc. of James Webb (1795-1848). Census says Elizabeth b. 1800,
S. C.
Mrs. Juanita Hancock, P. O. Box 1, El Dorado, Arkansas
71730.
67-186 BYBEE, DENNIS, ENGLAND, FREEMAN: Need info on Hamilton Freeman, possibly
Rev. sold. Had Mary b. 1812, m. Richard England; Arrena b. ca 1822, m. ca 1838,
Warren Co., Tenn., Audley Dennis; Elizabeth; Perneata; Harriet; Hartwell or Hartful;
and Willis. Family apparently in Va., maybe Brunswick Co. originally, but some
children later in Warren Co., Tenn. Audley Dennis was son of Joseph Dennis and
Annie Bybee, said to be pioneer family in that Co., but evidence not yet found.
Miss Dorothy Rylander, 1808 14th Street, Apt. 4, Lubbock, Texas 79401.
67-187 ALLEN, BURT, CADY, LAYTON, McCALLA, MERRILL, MOTHERSHEAD, RHEA (RAY): Joseph
Rhea b. 1794, m. 1817 Amy Allen b. 1798, dau of Robert Allen. Son Wm. Hamilton Rhea
b. 17 or 19 Apr. 1820, Knoxville, Tenn., m. 1846, Indianapolis, Ind., Nancy Jane
McCalla b. 1829, Scott Co., Ky. Lived Hendricks Co., Ind. 1850-60, then to Fillmore
Co., Neb. where they died. Her father was James McCalla, mother was Sarah Mothershead of Scott Co., Ky. Need parents of James McCalla and Joseph Rhea. Nathaniel
Mothershead, b. 1754, Westmoreland Co., Va., m. 1771, Orange Co., Va., Ruth Burt.
He d. 1834, Scott Co., Ky. Was son of Nath. Mothershead, Sr. of Westmoreland and
Orange Co., Va., who was', son of John of Westmore.land. Waa John sori of early Samuel
Mothershead in Va? Sarah Ann Cady b. 1818, (Ohio?), m. 1838/9, probe in Wise., John
Merrill. Ch. b. Wise. and Iowa. Who were her parents? Letitia Leora Layton b.
1861, Iowa, d. Lincoln, Neb., m. Wm. Bane Ray (Rhea), of Fillmore Co., Neb. She was
dau of Wm. Layton and had bro. Charles. Need information.
Mrs. Charlotte Mitchel, 2771 Jeppesen Acres Road, Eugene, Oregon 97401.
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67-188 BAUCUM, CANNON, GOODWIN, GRAVES, HUNT, LEWIS, MONROE, PHILLIPS, SANDERS,
YOUNG: Have considerable data to exchange on these. Who were parents of Julia Ann
Phillips who m. 25 Dec. 1850, William Warren Graves? Parents of Samuel B. Monroe
whose son, Rubin, m. Martha C. Cannon in Gravely Springs, Ala.? Need data on
Samuel Young b. 1816, Tenn., and on Julia Ann Hunt whose mother was Mary. Julia Ann
m-l Henry Young, m-2 N. R. Monroe.
Mrs. Barbara Graves Billings, 704 West 28th Avenue, Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71601.
-20067-189 BOWDEN, CLEMENTS, HARRIS, HOLDEN, HOWARD, MONTGOMERY, MURPHY, SMOTHERMAN,
WEST: Need parents, birthdate and place, bros. & sis. of John West, m. Elizabeth
Harris (prob. dau of Benjamin or Wm. Harris). Eldest son, Simpson West, b. 13 Feb.
1808, Rutherford Co., Tenn., m-l 30 Nov. 1844, Martha J. Holden, m-2 Sarah Murphy b.
Jan. 1842. Simpson West d. 31 Dec. 1914, Rutherford Co., Tenn. Need parents of
Isabella Caroline Clement(s) b. 10 Oct. 1843, Tenn. (prob. Weakley or Henry), d. 19
Apr. 1909, at Henrietta, Clay Co., Tex. She m. 23 Jan. 1861, at Sharon, Tenn.,
James G. H. Howard b. 10 July 1838. She d. 9 Feb. 1924, Clay Co., Tex. Need parents, dates, etc. of Quintana Bowden, m. William Howard, b. ca 1808, N. C., son of
Francis and Mary Horton (Montgomery) Howard. He was father of John, George, Isaac,
Jefferson, James Buchanan, Elizabeth, Caroline, Margaret, Mary Ann, Clementine,
Louisa, Amanda, Nancy and Tirzah. Need info on Joseph Holden, m.
Smotherman,
prob. before 1850 in Ala. or Tenn. Dau., Susan Caroline Holden, b. 15 Aug. 1832,
Florence, Ala., d. 11 Apr. 1882, Rutherford Co., Tenn., m. 25 Apr. 1847, Levi West
b. 12 Dec. 1820, Rutherford Co. and d. there 9 Nov. 1907.
Miss Margaret Howard, 6495 Bordeaux Street. Dallas. Texas 75209.
67-190 BENSON, GREEN, GREGORY, HARE, HOLCOMB(E), MAULE, . STOKELY, WINBORNE: Desire
info on: Issac Gregory b. 1815, N. C., lived Haywood Co., Tenn., d. in Civil War.
Wife Sarah Gregory b. 1816, Va., d. 1874 Haywood Co; Mary Gregory b. 1817, N. C. and
William Stokely b. 1827, N. C., both in Haywood Co., 1850; Lurana Holcomb b. ca
1810-15, N. C. Her brother, Wm. Phillip Holcomb b. 23 Oct. 1803, Surry Co., N. C.
Her nephew, Alfred o. P. Holcomb, m. Loutetia Benson and lived in Fayette Co., Tenn.
until 1873, then to Lonoke Co., Ark; John and Elizabeth Hare Maule, believed from
Nansemond Co., Va. Moved to Beaufort, N. C. where he elected to legislature 1769.
Elizabeth Hare had bros: Moses, Edward, Jesse and Bryan; and sis, Sarah Hare Winborne. This family lived Chowan, Bertie, Hertford and Gates Cos., N. C. during
1700' s.
Mrs. A. S. J. Clarke, 621 Ash Street. Little Rock. Arkansas 72205.
67-191 AIKEN, BELL, DAVIS, GEORGE, HUNT, MARTIN, McBROOM, McCLURE, MONTGOMERY,
PORTER, REESE, SLOAN, WALKER, WIGGINS: In 1805, Walker, Davis, McBroom, and Reese
families of E. Tenn. followed path of Hunt, for whom Huntsville, Ala. named, into
that area. Hunt and McBrooms from Grainger Co., Davises from Blount Co., Tenn.
What Co. were Walkers from? Edward Martin, Rev. sold. of Fairfield Co., S. C., m-l
Margaret Olive McClure, m-2 1792, Mary Jane Aiken, b. 1770, d. 1852. Ch. in sale of
personal estate of Edward Martin, dcd., 1814: Rebekah Bell, Mary Montgomery, Martha
M. Martin, Elizabeth Sloan, John Martin, Robert Martin, James Martin, Jane Martin,
Henrietta W. Martin,Edward 1. Martin, Agness W. Martin, Mary Ann and Cealey R.
Martin. McClure family well documented. Need help with Aiken. Are there old Bible
records of these S. C. Martins? Several to Tenn. Thomas Wiggins b. 1791, from now
Ala •. to Gibson Co., Tenn. where d. 1836. He m-l Elizabeth George, m-2 Mary Porter b.
Va. Ten children who moved to Miss., Fla. and Texas. Have Wiggins data. Need
George and Porter data.
Kathryn Wiggins. 2223 Camilar Drive. Camarillo, California 93010.
67-192 CARRIGAN, HOUSTON, PARRISH, PICKENS, RYAN, WILBANKS: Need parents and wife
of Anderson Parish (Parrish) b. 1791, Va., d. 20 Dec. 1851, Yazoo Co., Miss. Will
mentioned Caddo Mead of Virginia, son of Humphrey Parrish of Louisa Co., Va. Grand-·
son of Cpt. Humphrey Parrish, Rev. sold. Known Ch: James; Martha A. b. ca 1818, Va;
Harriet b. 1822, Va; Mary Jane b. 1824, Va; Archibald Anderson Parrish b. 1827, Va.
Susanna Parrish's suit, 1827-30 names Anderson Parrish as a non-res. of Va., whereabouts are uncertain. 1838 Miss. Tax Roll, Yazoo Co. Miss. migrated to Carolinas,
West Va. (now Ky.), Tenn. and. all points south and west. Need info on Mary Ryan b.
1814, Lincoln Co., Ky., dau. of Peter Ryan and
Wilbanks. Mary m. James Houston,
son of James Houston and Ann Carrigan. She d. 24 Dec. 1892 Leake Co., Miss. Gov.
Pickens of S. C. was cousi~ of Mary Ryan. Houstons came from N. C. to Tenn. to Ala.
to Ga. and back thru Ala. to Miss.
Mrs. C. Q. Hollowell, 103 East Street, Leland, Mississippi 38756.
-20167-193 MAYFIELD, SIMPKINS, SMITH, SPENCER, STINSON, WALLER: Moses Spencer b. Va.,
lived S. C., served with Jackson at New Orleans, m-2 Barbara. Lived DeKalb Co.,
Tenn., her family Stinson from N. C. to Smith Co., Tenn. Exchange on Spencer,
Stinson, Simpkins, Smith of Smith Co., Tenn., Waller, Mayfield, any Summers of Tenn.
Mrs. Gertrude Carey, 515 Florey, Kilgore, Texas 75662.
67-194 BOWLEN, BUCHANAN, DIXON, GENTRY, HARVEY, KIDD, SAPPINGTON, TAYLOR: Need parents of William D. Dixon b. 1756, d. 20 Dec. 1835, Lawrence Co., Ind., m. Ma1iscom
Taylor b. 1756, Rowan Co., N. C., d. 6-5-1857. Who were her parents? Her mother was
a Buchanan. Had son Wm. M. b. 4-1-1792, d. 12-12-1856, m. Lucy Ann Harvey, dau of
William Harvey in Rev. War, b. 1748, Orange Co., Va., and Leanah Gentry. Also, a
dau, Polly Dixon, b. 1791, m. 10-8-1808, Roane Co., Tenn., James Sappington. Have
been told that Wm. Dixon m. Leny Harvey 14 Feb. 1815. Other ch. of Wm. D. Dixon:
Have info on Thomas and Shadrack. Need info on Nancy who m. a Kidd, and Hosey or
Osey who m. a Bowlen.
Miss Lela D. Robertson, Campbellsburg, Intiana 47108.
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67-195 BEARD, BRASFIELD, CAVENDAR, COX, McFADDEN, SILVERTOOTH, YANKEE: Need proof
that Greenberry and Temperance Cox of Sullivan and Williamson Cos., Tenn. were parents of Ruth Cox McFadden, Rachel Cox Cavendar, Jesse Cox, Lydia Cox Beard, Thomas
W. Cox, and one other unknown brother. Also need proof of their parents. George W.
Silvertooth b. 1815, Tenn., m. 1840, Clinton, Ky., Mary Ann McFadden. He was Attorney, senator and representative from Hickman Co., Ky. Was defeated for Lt. Govern6r.
Accidentally killed by train nr Clinton in 1875. Need proof his parents were Jacob
and Barbara Yankee Silvertooth who m. 1808, Mercer Co., Ky., and moved to Lincoln Co.,
Tenn. in 1812. Have proof that Maria Silvertooth Brasfield of Greene Co., Ala.,
wife of Tilman Brasfield, was sister of George W. Silvertooth. Would like to find
proof in Ala. of her parents.
Mrs. Ira B. McCullen, Sr., 201 N. 9th Street, Amory, Mississippi 38821.
67-196 ATER: My gr-gr.father, Caspar Ater, came from between Holland and Germany
ca. 1790, settled Adamsville, McNairy Co., Tenn., and raised large family there. Who
was his wife? When did he marry and die? Oldest son b. 1812, d. 1895, Tenn.
Mrs. E. T. Putnam, 708 Alabama Street, Amarillo, Texas 79106.
67-197 COPELAND, PADEN: John Paden, Sr. m. Margaret
. Both b. ca 1787, Va. and
Ga., are in 1850 census of DeKalb Co., Ala. Were they parents of: Robert Paden, b.
1811, Tenn., m. Cynthia Copeland; and John Paden, b. 1813, m. Nancy
, b. Ga.
Both Robert and John in 1850 DeKalb Co., Ala. census. They were also in later Sharp
Co., Ark. census.
Mrs. G. P. Schofield, Box 152, Lebanon, Missouri 65536.
67-198 MARTIN, ROPER: Want any info on John C. Roper, b. 1796, Va., m. Hannah B.
Martin, b. 1802, Va. Ch: Welcome Martin; Milton; John C; Eliza; Permelia;
Edward, b. in Ky., 1819 - 1837, probably near Tompkinsville. The three dau. were b.
1840, 1843, 1845 in Dallas Co., Mo.
Mrs. G. P. Schofield, Box 152, Lebanon, Missouri 65536.
67-199 EPPERSON: Need parents, bros., sis. of Aphrey Epperson, b. 12 Nov. 1807,
Tenn. (where?), d. 11 Aug. 1879, Anderson, l~cDonald Co., Mo. Want date and place of
marriage to Elizabeth
and name of her parents. They res. Sumner Co., Tenn. in
1830, to Marion Co., Ill. by 1835; to Newton Co., Mo., 1855; and to McDonald Co., Mo.,
1857. Children: MilIa (Amelia?); Martha; Martin; Hezekiah; and George W. Possibly
2 or 3 other daughters.
Mrs. R~ E. Ostrander, 317 Newhaven Lane, Glendora, California 91740.
67-200 BUCK, COOK, EVANS, GREER, IRBY, SEALE, SPENCE, YARBROUGH: Need info. on Lou
Ann (Louanzy) Evans, b. ca. 1805, Tenn. and her sis. Winiford Evans, b. ca. 1813,
Tenn. They had older sis. Julia who m-l
Buck; m-2 Abraham Spence in Tuscaloosa
-202Co., Ala. There was also younger sis Margaret (Maggie). Is she the Margaret Evans
who m. John Irby in 1833, Lowndes Co., Miss? Harrison Evans, bro. of these girls,
Was in Sumter Co., Ala., 1830-40. Other possible bros. are Thompson and David Evans
of Neshoba Co., Miss., 1840-50. Who were their parents? Where in Tenn. were Lou Ann
and Winiford born? Lou Ann Evans m. Beaufort Seale, 1826, Tuscaloosa Co., Ala. Winiford Evans m. Michael Cook, 1834, Greene Co., Ala. Family says they came from Va.
to Carolinas to Ga. One branch of Seale-Cook-Evans families may have res. Tipton Co.,
Tenn. along with Greer and Yarbrough families, all intermarrying. Some may have res.
Giles Co., Tenn. Have large files on all families and will exchange.
Mrs. J. R. Patterson. 112 East Oxford Street. Pontotoc, Mississippi 38863.
67-201 CLOUD, MITCHELL: Need parents, bros. and sis. of Nathan B. Mitchell, b. ca.
1820, Tenn. (where?), m-1 Martha
In Polk Co., Tenn., 1840-50. In McDonald
Co., Mo., 1860. He m-2 Mrs. Dia1pha Cloud, 10 Oct. 1869. Children: John; Winney;
Sarah; Mary J.; William N.; James E.; Nancy; Elizabeth; Francis (Frank); Henry;
Ananda; and Emma. What connection Nathan to John and Mordica Mitchell in 1840 Polk
Co. census? Also to Thomas, William and Wiley B. Mitchell in 1850 Polk Co. census?
Thomas' widow Matilda and children, and William and Wiley Mitchell all in McDonald
Co., Mo., 1860.
Mrs. R. E. Ostrander, 317 Newhaven Lane, Glendora, California 91740.
67-202 AYDLOTT, BARNARD, HAYNES, LEE, MOSBY, SMITH: My Gr-gr-father, George
Washington Barnard, b. 5 Sept. 1818, Ala. Terr. (Where?) m-1, ca 1834, Tenn.,
Elizabeth
, b. ca. 1815, Tenn. Issue (all b. Tenn.): Zadic or Zedie, b. 13
Jan. 1835; Jackson L., b. 2 Feb. 1836; Marcus Monroe, b. 14 Nov. 1837; Ruhamy
Artimacia (dtr.), b. 2 Feb. 1839; Benjamin Franklin, b. 5 Feb. 1841; Isaac, b. 8 Mar.
1843 (my gr-father); Annie Pernicia, b. 10 Apr. 1844; George Taylor, b. 15 Apr. 1846;
Lydia Ann, b. 1848.
(Last 3 children may have been b. in Ark. as he stated in
Civil War pension application that he arrived in Ark. in 1844.) This family listed
Dwelling 398, Washburn Township, Scott Co., Ark. 1850 census. Wife, Elizabeth, listed.
George W. Barnard m-2 Sarah M. Aydlott, b. ca. 1843, Tenn., within 1860 census year,
listed Dwelling 955, Six Mile Township, Franklin Co., Ark. Issue: Mary P., b. 30
Mar. 1861; Thomas Levi, b. 23 Oct. 1862; Robert Alexander, b. 23 Jan. 1866; Richmond
P., b. 25 Dec. 1870.
George W. Barnard m-3 Mrs. Calfurnia Haynes Lee Smith, b. 1840, Ala. Issue: Sarah
Calfurnia (Sally), b. 2 June 1874; Elizabeth Lucindia, b. 29 July 1879; William N. b.
19 June 1881.
George W. Barnard not located in 1870 census, but listed, 1880, in Six Mile Township,
Logan Co., Ark. and states parents b. in Tenn. He d. 11 Sept. 1900, buried Springhill Cern., Chismville, Logan Co., Ark. Who were his parents, bros. and sis? Who
were parents of his first and second wives? Will exchange data.
Mr. Clyde O. Barnard, 2129 Sharon Drive, Garland, Texas 75040.
67-203 BINKLEY, DEAN: Did Adam Binkley who settled in Sycamore Creek area, Davidson Co., Tenn. before 1800 have son Henry, and who was his family? Are they anc. of
Mary Binkley, b. 1810, m. 1826, Nashville, Moses Dean, res. Little Marrowbone Creek
area. Is Moses a son of Robert Love Dean and related to James Dean who d. ca. l800?
Moses had bro. Robert, eldest son James, second son Henry. It is said Mary spoke
only German. Info. on these families appreciated.
Mrs. William Wood, Box 204, R. R. 2, Godfrey, Illinois 62035.
67-204 HICKS, KIRKPATRICK, WALKER: John Anderson Walker, son of David Walker and
Sarah Kirkpatrick, was b. 26 July 1866, Tenn. (Where?) He m. Mary
, surname,
date and place of marriage unknown. He d. 8 Dec. 1949, Fredericktown, Mo. One child
was David Louis Walker, b. Glendale, Ky. and m. Madel Lois Hicks. All info appreciated.
Rodney L. Powell, P. O. Box 527, Isabe1a. Puerto Rico 00662. (Use ordinary Dosta£e)
-20367-205 BARTON, DE VINY, DIVINE, HAMILTON: Need parents and family of Abner Hamilton
Barton who m. Evaline DeViny (Divine) ca. 1825, Tenn. (where?) Abner and Evaline
both b. ca. 1800, Tenn. (where?), moved to Farmington, Mo. before 1840, and both d.
there 1846, leaving 7 children: James; William H.; Jane; Frances; Jacob Lafayette;
John Sidney; and Martha Elizabeth. Abner's mother was a Hamilton and probably m.
Abner's father in Va. ca. 1780.
Mrs. Harry F. Farmer, 6819 Hannon Street, Bell Gardens. California 90201.
67-206 BRACEWELL, HAMILTON, JOLLY, POLLARD, STICE, WYATT: Benjamin Franklin Hamilton b. Tenn., m. Elizabeth Pollard Wyatt, also b. Tenn. She was either widow of
Pollard and daughter of Wyatt, or vice-versa, but have no idea which. He may have
been the B. F. Hamilton, Jr. mentioned in will of B. F. Hamilton, Sr. proved in
Morgan Co., Ill., Dec. 1865. Benjamin and Elizabeth had children: Melisa (m. Stice);
John T.; Julia Ann (m. Jolly); James H.; Lucy (m. Jolly); Dr. Jayhue; Mary; and
Emma (m. Bracewell). Family tradition says Ben d. of wounds received at Shiloh. He
d. 28 July 1861. All info. appreciated.
Rodney L. Powell, P. O. Box 527, Isabela. Puerto Rico 00662. (Use ordinary postage)
67-207 HAGLER, HUBBARD, JOHNSON: Peter B. Johnson and wife Nancy Hubbard were in
Stewart Co., Tenn. by 1812, both d. in Henry Co. (when?) Who were his parents?
Their dau. Joicey Johnson, b. 1799, N. C. (Where?) d. 1866, Henry Co., Tenn.~ m.
1812 (?) in Stewart Co., Jolhn L. Hagler.
Mrs. E. K. Boyd, Bolivar, Tennessee 38008.
67-208 ALTON, BARNARD, NAY, SELF, SISK, SPARKS: Will exchange info. on Barnard
family of Tenn. and Ky.; Alton family of Iowa in 1863 (where were they before?);
Sisk family of Mo. in 1865 (Where before that?); Self family of Ark.; Sparks family
of Tenn., Va., and Ark. I would like to buy or borrow the book THE BARNARD FAMILY
by Noble E. Ray, published 1955.
Mrs. Carl Alton, P. O. Box 331, Dickinson, Texas 77539.
67-209 ANDREWS, COOK, SPANGLE: Wish info. on John F. Cook, b. 23 Dec. 1833, Stewart
Co., Tenn., son of Peyton and Rebecca (Andrews) Cook. John F. Cook's children were:
Nellie, b. 1868; Elizabeth, b. 1870; Frank, b. 1874; Edraa, b. 1878; and a daughter
b. 1880. J9hn F. Cook was with Gen. N. B. Forrest at Battle of Parker's Cross Roads,
was seen and recognized by his brother, Henry Peyton Cook (my grandfather), who was
with l22nd Ill. Inf. at that battle. John F. Cook was residing at Trenton, Gibson
Co., Tenn., in 1905-1906 when he applied for Confederate pension (#7989), stated
that 3 of his children were alive at that time. In late 1920's, his dau. Elizabeth
visited her cousin Jeanette Spangle in Jersey Co., Ill. In search for my Uncle John
I have received Condederate Service records on four other men named John Cook.
Mr. Clyde Cook. P. O. Box 261. Black Canyon, Arizona 85324
67-210 HOLLIS, WALKER: Who was father of David Hollis, b. 1808, Ky. per census, m.
1833, Rutherford Co., Tenn., Delina Walker, moved to Texas in 1837. A David Hollis
is listed in inventory of Estate of John Hollis who d. 1832 in Rutherford Co. John
Hollis came to America ca. 1751, m. a Welsh Lady, had 7 sons: William, b. 1765; Jim;
Micajah; Jesse; John; Hudson; and Daniel or David; and daughters: Pollie; Nancy;
Rebecca and Peggy. Was John married twice? Was my David a son or grandson? John
settled in Rowan Co., N. C., was Rev. soldier, belonged to Jersey Baptist Church of
Rowan Co., was dismissed from that church in 1808, presumably moved to Tenn. Will
share info. I have and exchange.
Mrs. Pearl Bosworth, 426 North Hampton Road. Dallas. Texas 75208.
67-211 BATCHLER (BACHELOR, BATCHELOR), CLAXTON, LEVERETT, POLK: John Batchler, b.
ca. 1785, N. C., m-l, 1805-1813, Wilson Co., Tenn., Nancy Claxton, b. 1788, Sumner
Co., Tenn. Twelve children: James, Melvina, John, twins Fanny and Betsy, others d.
in infancy. He had land on Rutherford Creek, North side of Duck River, Maury Co.,
bounded by Samuel Polk in 1828. Wife Nancy d. ca. 1839 (When, Where?) She was dau.
of Anson Claxton, b. N. C. Who were her brothers, sisters and ancestors? John
-204Batchler m-2, Bedford Co., Tenn., Jane Leverett, moved to Missouri, and had children:
Franklin (Benjamin Franklin?); Mary; George, Francis, and Andrew (Andrew Jackson?)
per 1850 census of Stoddard Co., Mo., where John died 8 Aug. 1868. Who were his
parents, brothers, sisters?
Mrs. DeLoyce F. Eaton, 2606 - 32nd Street, Lubbock, Texas 79410.
67-212 BLACKBURN, LOUDER (LOWDER), RICHIE: Wish to correspond with anyone interested
in Louder family. Need to locate louder family Bible mentioned in Dower list of Leah
Lowder, dated 31 Oct. 1835. Leah lowder, b. ca. 1786, dau. of Robert Blackburn and
Sarah Richie, m. John lowder and had Elizabeth, Edward C., and Elisha E., (others?).
Mrs. DeLoyce F. Eaton, 2606 - 32nd Street, Lubbock. Texas 79410.
67-213 EGGLESTON, INNES, PATTERSON, WHITE: Dr. Hugh Innes Patterson was b. Va.
(Where?), d. Nolensville Pike, Nashville, before 1886. Where buried? He m. Ellen
White in Tenn. Where? Who were parents of Hannah Eggleston of James City Co., Va.,
who m. Hugh Innes, representative from Pittsy1vania Co., Va. in l772?
Miss Betty Braley. 910 Gordon Street, Greenwood. Mississippi 38930.
67-214 WEEMS: Who were parents, brothers and sisters of John Weems? When and where
was he born? He d. 1812, Greene Co., Tenn. What was maiden name of his wife
Catherine?
Miss Margery Sue Norton. 228 Dogwood Drive. Shreveport, Louisiana 71105.
67-215 SMITH, WEEMS, WOOD: Need info on Samuel Smith and wife Sallie Wood who were
parents of Stephen Wood Smith, b. 1792, Va., d. 1840, Miss., m. 24 June 1824, Maury
Co., Tenn., Nancy Catherine Weems.
Miss Margery Sue Norton. 228 Dogwood Drive. Shreveport, Louisiana 71105.
67-216 NICHERSON, NICHOLAS: Oliver Nicholas was b. ca. 1735 Caroline Co Va,- d 1807,
Halifax Co., Va., son of Nicholas and E1iz.
Who was his first wife? Mrs.
J. E. Davis, 3334 Vista Del Arroyo, San Angelo, Texas 76901.
67-217 FULTZ, MARTIN: Need info. on Hiriam Martin whose dau. Kate Lucretia m.
Thomas Benton Fultz, 3 Mar. 1874, in Tenn.
Mrs. J. E. Davis, 3334 Vista Del Arroyo, San Angelo, Texas 76901.
67-218 MACKEY, SHACKELFORD: James W. Mackey, b. Tenn. 1820 or 1827, m. Catherine
Shackelford, b. Tenn. His parents b. Alabama. Need parents, brothers, sisters,
birth and death dates and places, marriage date and place for both.
Mrs. R. D. Palmer. 304 Stephenson Street, Shreveport, Louisiana 71104.
67-219 AUSTIN, CARNEY, HALL, HENRY, KEESEE, LINK, MITCHELL, MOWRY, WILEY: Who were
parents of Am. Rev. Capt. David Henry of Rowan Co., N. C., m. 1777, Margaret, dau.
of William Hall, came to Sumner Co., Tenn., 1800, and b-ought land on "Goose Creek"
(now in Trousdale Co.), d. there 1816. His son, William Henry, b. 1779, m. Nancy
Keesee, dau. of George and Agnes (?), and their son, the Rev. John Hall Henry (Meth.)
m. Elizabeth Mitchell, b. 1801, Va. (Where?). John and Elizabeth Henry had dau. Emmaline, b. 1831, m-2 David Link, Jr., b. 1821, Staunton, Va., son of David Link, Sr.
and wife Hannah Mowry, and gr-son of John Nicholas Link, d. 1816, Augusta Co., Va.,
a Rev. soldier. Elizabeth Mitchell had bros. John, Pleasant, Robert and Henry, and
a sister Polly who m.
Austin. Who were the Mitchell parents? Some of the
brothers lived over state line in Todd Co., Ky. What were the Wiley and Carney connections with this family?
Mrs. W. R. Eckhardt, 4522 Willow Bend Blvd., Houston, Texas 77035.
-20567-220 BENTLEY, CALLIS, CLAYTON, COOPER, CURRY, GLASS, HEARTLESS, JENNINGS, KELLER,
KELLEY, KYLE, IAMB, McGRAW, MOONEY, OSBURN, ROGERS, SELLERS, SMITH, THOMAS, TURPIN,
VANN, VICKERY, WILSON, WOOLF: Need info on parents, brothers and sisters of the
following: (1) Christopher Columbus Thomas b. 20 May 1820, m. Bedford Co., Tenn.,
Mary Melinda Keller, b. 16 Oct. 1822, dau. of Joseph Keller and Annie Kelley. They
were in Bedford Co. in 1850, then to Caldwell Co., Ky. by 1860 and died there.
(2) John Madison Vickery b. 5 Apr. 1810, N. C., m. 27 Feb. 1834, Rutherford Co.,
Tenn., Louisa Heartless. They res. a while in Madison Co., Ala. Was louisa Curry,
sister of Reuben Curry, the mother of Louisa Heartless? (3) Joseph Rogers, b.177l,
m. Sarah
, b. 1775, Va. (4) Moses Clayton m. Phebey
, and their dau.
Mary Clayton, b. 1797, m. John Lamb, b. 1793, S. C. (5) Napoleon Bonepart Glass,
b. 1800, prob. N. C. or S. C. (6) Spencer Smith m. Jemima Wilson. They were in
1800 census of Spartanburg Co., S. C. and in 1810 census of Caldwell Co., Ky. (7)
Henry Woolf came to Ky. from S. C. and d. 1823, Maringo Co., Ala. (8) Doshea
Jennings m. Fielding Woolf. (9) Prior Kyle b. ca. 1785, Tenn., entered War of 1812
in Giles Co., Tenn. and m. 14 July 1809, Maury Co., Tenn., Jennie Cooper. Was in
Hopkins Co., Ky. by 1829. (10) William Callis b. ca. 1806, Va. Who was his first
wife? (11) Rev. soldier Isham Sellers b. 1755, Duplin Co., N.C., m-l Unis Vann.
(12) Mary Jane Bentley, b. 2 Nov. 1821, d. 10 Apr. 1893, m. Henry Madison Sellers.
(13) Henry McGraw m. Polly Turpin. (14) Randolph Osburn m. Francis Mooney.
Mrs. E. Arawana Kyle. 102 South Trim. Dawson Springs, Kentucky 42408.
67-22 1 HALL: Who were parents, brothers, sisters of John William Hall, b. 28 Feb.
1844 in Tenn. Family later moved to Missouri.
Mrs. Floyd Hall Parham. 1517 North 52 Street. Omaha, Nebraska 68104.
67-222 FRANKS, McNAMARA: . Need ,info on pts. of John McNamara, b. 30 Apr. 1884, Lexington, Ky., m. ca. 1908, Covington, Ky., Lula May Franks. John may have been an
only child and orphaned early. Father's name believed to be Francis. Where are pts.
buried? When and where were they born? Also need pts., bros. and sis. of Will
McNamara who res. Wayne Co., Ind., area near Richmond or possibly Preble or Darke Co.,
Ohio, ca. 1880-1900. When and where was he born? When and where did he die?
Miss Barbara J. McNamara, 91 Racine Street, Memphis, Tennessee 38111.
67-223 DEPEW, GROGAN, HARVEY, LITTLEJOHN, SIMS: Need pts., bros. and sis. of John
Harvey, b. 10 Oct. 1837, Tenn. (where?), m. ca. 1857, Polk Co., Tenn., Cynthia Grogan, dau. of Albert E. Grogan (b. ca. 1815, Ga. and said to be Cherokee.) John
Harvey was said to be part Creek and had half-bro. Hugh Littlejohn.
Need pts., bros. and sis. of George W. Sims, b. ca. 1816, Tenn. (where?), m. Elizabeth
, b. ca. 1821, N.C. Children: (all b. Tenn.) Sarah Frances, b. 24 July
1843; Thomas A.; Nancy E. and Lurana. They moved to Dade Co., Mo. before 1858.
Need pts., bros. and sis. of George W. Depew, b. ca. 1815, Va., m. in Tenn. (where?)
Matilda
Was he gr.son of John Depew Sr. of Botetourt Co., Va.? Children:
James, b. ca. 1836, Tenn.; John W., b. 1839, Ga.; William; George Jr.; Mary Elizabeth; and Eli, last 4 b. after 1841, Dade Co., Mo. During Civil War, George left
Mo. with second wife Sidney F. and James #2. May have gone to Ill. What happened
to sons James #1 and #2 and George Jr.?
Mrs. William L. Reeme, 1024 Apollo Way, Sacramento, California 95822.
67-224 GANN, HEARS, YOUNG: Need info re "Billy" Mears and ~'life Frances(?) Lee(?)
Young of Cannon Co., Tenn. (Is this family in 1850 Census, Marion Co., Ark. as
William and Elizabeth Mears? Is this the Elizabeth Mears in "ANSEARCHIN'" NEl-lS,
1966, No.3, p. l13?) Had one son George l~ashington Mears, b. 20 Aug. 1844, Cannon
Co., Tenn., en1. age 16, pvt. Co. A, Schnabel's Battalion, Mo. Cav., CSA, at Marion
Co., Ark. Need des. of bros. and sis of George W. Mears. May have sis. Sally Gann.
Mrs. Sidney R. Sharp, P.O. Box 279, Vega, Texas 79092.
-206INDEX
"ANSEARCHIN'" NEWS - VOLUME 14 FOR 1967
COMPILED BY MRS. WILLIAM A. ERICKSEN
-A-
Abbott, N.B. 89
Pvt. Samuel 36
T.B. 88
Abernath, Joseph 166
Abernathy, Charles 167
Littleton F. 170
Abram, Mary E. 70
Achars, Elizabeth Meadow (Mrs.
Thomas) 171
Thomas 171
Acuff, John H. 80
Letha M. 79, 80
Samuel J. 80
Adair, John 7, 9,
Thomas 157
Adams, Alice 19
Calvin 27
Chari ty J. (Mrs.
Lewis) 19
Council 27
Duncan C. 28
Family 144 (108),
145 (108),
(111), 170
Mrs. Hiram C. 45 (4),
144 (101),
193 (154)
Hugh 167
Jacob 163
Jane Herod (Mrs.
Edmond C.) 174
Jefferson 27
James 19, 167
John 27, 78, 166
Gen. John 12
John W. 78
Lewis 19
Martha (Mrs.
James) 19
Martha Moore (Mrs.
Wyatt Woodruff) 69
Martha Patton (Mrs.
Nathan)
12, 16
Mattie 19
Nathan 16
Thomas 27
Wm. 63
Wyatt Woodruff 69
Adamson Family 150 (135)
Jacob 75
Larkin 75
Simon 75
Thomas 75
Adcock, Archibald 23
Emanuel 23
Addy Family 53
Adkesson, James 23
Adkins, Arrena Slayden 76
Benton 76
James Calvin 76
Jessee 28
Joseph Cammel 76
Letsy C. Slayden (Mrs.
Wm.) 76
Martha Ann 76
Samuel Huston 76
Silas 25
Silas C. 76
William 76
Williams 28
Wyatt 28
Adkinson, James 166
Agnew Family 45 (7)
Margaret 45 (7)
Ahart, Mrs. Denirah Wilson 118,
Aiken Family 200 (191)
Ailsworth, George 180
*
Ake, Rev. Joseph
Martha (Mrs.
Akins, Jesse 157
Akridge, William
Alberson, Mary E.
116
Joseph)
Anderson, W.E. 37, 91
W.F. 67
William 155, 179,
155
163, 164
(Mrs.
Wm. B. 136
W. A.) 44
Wm. C. 136
W. A. 44
Wm. E. 179
Albertson (Albison)
William P. 60, 61,
Family 98 (73),
125
Zachariah 159
196 (167)
Albison (Albertson)
Andrea, James 159
Family 196 (167)
Andrews Family 196 (168),
Sarah 98 (73)
203 (209)
Albright, Isaac 48 (26)
A.L. 130
Jesse 48 (26)
Cullin 179
John 128
Laben 28
Martha G. 48 (26)
Rebecca 46 (14)
Ph ilopena (Mrs.
Ange, Mrs. John 147 (118)
Isaac) 48 (26)
Angel, James 155
Rhoda Narcissa
Wi lliam 155
Palmer (Mrs.
Angell, Mrs. Exie L. 147 (119)
Jesse) 48 (26)
Angelly, Ambrose 28
Sarah S. 48 (26)
Anjell, Martin B. 157
Alderson, Betty 168
Anthon, Joseph 179
Daniel 168
Anthony, Elijah 167
James C. 168
Jake 90
Jane (Mrs.
Ambri.ster, Jr.) Mrs.
Joseph 167
James C.) 168
Floyd L. 162
Aouate(?), Jas. 164
Jincy Stephenson 168
Ames, David 155, 157, 160
Archburn, Jesse 158
Mary 168
Mrs. Ollia 155
Archer, E. M. 18
Nancy 168
Archibald, Prof. 118
Amis, Elizabeth 178
Sarah 168
Armfield, Delitha A. (Mrs.
Ammonite, John 73
Alexander, Benjamin 129
Harmon) 21
Ammons, Benj. F. 22
Mrs. Charles C. 3
B.F. 20
Harmon 21
Emma P. Nicholson
George 163
Armistead, Lucy Bills (Mrs.
(Mrs. L. B.) 84
Nora Lee 22
Wilbert T.) 16
G.J. 90
Anders(?), George 132
Wilbert T. 16
H.H. 89
Anderson Family 141 (86), 146
Armour, Catharine (Mrs.
J.1. 88
G. W.) 40
(117), 192 (145),
John 166
195 (164),
G. W. 40
Capt. L.B. 84
196 (166)
Arms, Blecher 23
Robert 52
A.G.
129
Armstrong Family 48 (23)
Alford, Miss Adeline S. 67
Alexander 163
Andrew 161
Alfred, Surrel 155
B.E. 159
Eliz. Jack (Mrs.
Allan, John 136
Benjamin C. 56
John) 122
Allcorn, 1. 126
Boils E. 159
Frank 161
Allen's Co. (East Tenn.
Daniel 179
Hugh 161
Militia War-18l2) 36
D.L. 87
Hugh L. 158
Allen Family 141 (88), 143 (98),
Elizabeth 164
Iredell 161
194 (157), 195 & 196
John 7, 9, 122, 179
Elizabeth Hanna (Mrs.
(165), 199 (187)
John Fletcher) 42
Landon 158, 161
Dr. 174
Emily J. 76
Martha J. 161
(Mr.) 61
Isaac 157
M.L. 158
Ann Frazier (Mrs.
Jacob 155, 160
P. 158
Valentine) 117
James 2, 71, 74, 131,
Robert 189
D.A. 20
157, 159
Samuel M. 37, 38, 126
David 155, 157
J.F. 174
William 161
Emily Phillips (Mrs.
Dr. J.M. 90
Arnet, James 166
Wm.) 173
John 2, 63, 64, 179,
(Ainet), John 166
Emma Welborn (Mrs.
181
Arnold Family 144 (106),
John B. 136
Dr.) 174
196 (170)
Sr., George 167
John Fletcher 42
Arrington, Miss (See Mrs. James
John H. 157
Nicholson) 83
H.C. 31
Judith 159
James 67
Eliza Nicholson (Mrs.
Mary Herod (Mrs.
James W. 23
Samuel Lewis) 83
Jesse (D.D.) 155, 157
J.F.) 174
John 93
John 82, 136
Mathew 133
Samuel Lewis 83, 84
Nancy 159
Mary Moss (Mrs.
Judge Thomas Mann 83
Rachel Stennis (Mrs.
William 94
James) 67
James) 2
M.E. (Mrs. D.A.) 20
Asbury, Mrs. Sarah Ann
Oscar Leeman 20
Robert 157, 167
Meadow 171
Mrs. Penelope J. 7
Robert G. 157
Ashby, A.C. 89
Samuel 167
Miss S.E. 173
E.W. 94
Samuel Y. 167
Valentine 117
Co 1. Henry 65
William 173, 188
Sarah 136, 174
Asher, David 27
Alley, Daniel 24
Sarah C. Colville (Mrs. Ashley, James 170
W.F.) 67
-David 24
Noah 73
Mrs. Thomas (nee
James 24
Atchley, Anna W. Welborn (Mrs.
Joseph 25
Hall) 118
Calvin) 174
Dr. Calvin 174
Query numbers are shown in parentheses
116
Alley, William 26
William C. 24
Allin, William 73
Allison Family 149 &
150 (133)
Allison's (East Tenn.
Militia-18l2 War) 36
Clara Bills (Mrs.
Thomas F.P.) 16
Ja's 155
Thomas F.P. 16
Wm. 155
Ally, Walter 158
Alred, William 182
Alstadt, Pvt. Nicholas 35
Alston (Atston), Joshua 187
Alsup Family 45 (5)
Alton Family 98 (66), 203 (208)
Alton, Mrs. Carl 98 (66),
203 (208)
Alvis, Elizabeth Crenshaw
(Mrs. Robert) 48 (26)
HarryO. 48 (26),
96 (48)
Robert 48 (26)
William Peyton 48 (26)
-207-
\/
Ater Family 201 (196)
Ates, Abigal 24
Hugh 24
Richard 24
Thomas 27
Atkins, Margaret Ann 99 (75)
Atkinson, Mrs. C.H. 97 (59)
Atston (Alston), Joshua 187
Attaway, Dr. 68
Mrs. S.A.(Ford) 68
Atwell, Rev. Douglas 13
Austin Family 204 (219)
Pvt. John 36
Lucy 48 (26)
Mary T. Peden (Mrs.
Thomas J.) 2
Thomas J. 2
Autry, Miss Mollie 97 (63)
Averet, John ~ 159
Parker 159
Peter 159
Ayd10tt Family 202 (202)
Ayers, A.D. 78
Joseph 27
Samuel 157
-B-
)
Babb Family 103
Bachler (Bachelor, Batchelor)
Family 203 & 204 (211)
Bacon, Charles F. 81
Josire 81
Bader Family 198 (182)
Bagley, C.B. 89
J.M. 90
Bagwell, Drury H. 28
Bailey Family 45 (4)
Mr. 45 (4)
Cicely (Mrs.) 45 (4)
E.
167
Baines Family 137, 192 (150)
Elizabeth Jones (Mrs.
Samuel) 137
Samue 1 137
Baker Family 148 (126),
196 (167)
Daniel M. 16
Edward 115
James 97 (64)
John 188
Kilby 28
Lillie 16
Mary F. (Mrs. D.M.) 16
Me (Mac?) 74
Morris 28
Rbert 157
Rebecca J. (Mrs.
William H.) 22
William 97 (64), 156,
159
William H. 22
Balce, Walter 75
Baldridge Family 146 (116)
J.R. 97 (56),
146 (116)
Baldwin, Mrs. Mary Herod 174
Wes tly 28
Bales, Cynthia 171
Elizabeth 171
Eliz. Blackburn (Mrs.
So lomon) 171
Bales, Mrs. Hester 171
Hes tel' A. (Mrs.
John) 171
John 75, 171
Lavina 171
Lydia 171
Mary 171
Morris 171
Rebecca 171
Sadie 171
Solomon 171
Thomas 171
William 171
Ba1ew, Thomas 134
Baley, Parks 167
\-li lliam 78
Balis, Haman 163
(Ba1iss?) Bolin, 101m. 103
Ball, Annie Hansucker (Mrs.
Robert E.) 119
Bonnie 119
Elisha 119
E.R. 119
J .A. 119
James E. 119
Jane James (Mrs.
Elisha) 119
J. Earl 119
J.T.J. 119
Lena Brown (Mrs.
Robert E.) 119
Mark E. 119
Mary J. 119
NancyO. 119
Robert E. 119
Thomas 94
Ballard, Spencer 70
Bane, Archibald 160
Banfield, Rhoda 67
Banks, Charles E. 29
John 82
Ban~s?, John Hughs
166
Banton, C.M. 88
Barbee, Nancy 103
Barcus Family 192 (149)
Barekman, (Pubrs.) Lent & 64
Barger Family 45 (8)
Francis (Miss) 45 (8)
Point 23
Barker, Harden 78
Soloman 78
Ba rkwe 11, Ju lias 19
Ruth (Mrs.
Julias) 19
Sophronia 19
Barmore Family 145 (109)
Barnard Family 98 (66), 202
(202), 203 (208)
Clyde O. 202 (202)
Rache 1 138
Barnes Family 149 (130)
Esq. 157
Asa 94
B.C. 18
Emily Nolan (Mrs.
Roland) 175
George 167, 175
James 175
Jane M. 172
Jessie 175
Joanna Smith (Mrs.
J.P.) 175
John C. 175
J.P. 175
Maria Jones (Mrs.
J.P.) 175
Mary 175
Moses 175
Roland 175
Sarah Jane 115
Thomas 155
William 93
Barnet, Andrew 179
Ella Ioka Neely (Mrs.
WillardS.) 124
Barnett, J.W. 87
Thomas F. 159
Willard S. 124
William 125
Barns, Hamilton 24
James 163
Martha W. 172
Thomas 156
Barnwell, Mariah 41
Barr, John 155
Barran?, William 125
Barrett, George 155
Jeremiah 155
101m. 170
Barrogue Family 46 (11)
Barron, John 70
Barrow, M. 186
Barry, John 164
Bartho10meu, James 181
148 & 149 (128) ,
200 (191)
A1freb (d?) 188
Anna
47 (18)
Joe 173
John (Jno.) 100 (82),
163, 179
Joshua 58, 59
Nancy Ann (Mrs.
John) 100 (82)
Robt. 133
(Dr.) T.J. 32
William 59, 62
Be 11 amy , Mrs. Dr. (nee
Nicholson) 83
Belles Family 142 (95),143 (95)
Bellesfelt Family 142 (95),
143 (95)
197 (173)
Benjamin Fami ly
Mary A. 38
Bennett, A. 87
Jane 70
Bennet, Jesse 73
Lucinda Atkinson Mayo
Bennett, Mary A. 42
(Mrs. Isaac) 69
Mary Maxswain (Mrs.
Mary Frances 69
Vardamon) 42
Sa lly 69
Vardaman 42
Baty, Margaret 156
Bennitt, Emery 160
Baucum Family 199 (188)
Benson Family 200 (190)
Bauder Family 198 (182)
Miss (see Mrs. Tim
Baudry Family 144 (101)
Nicho lson) 83
Baulis, Andy 163
Jo Iphas 80
Baxter Family 143 (97)
Ollie 80
Charles 155
Bentley
Family 205 (220)
James 82
Benton, Andrew 49 (30)
John 82
Berry (see Berry
Bay, Sgt-Maj., Andrew 93
Vester) 49 (30)
Bayley Family 45 (4)
David 49 (30)
Mr. 45 (4)
David \,!. 49 (30)
Charles 75
Feriba Vester (Mrs.
Cicely (Mrs.) 45 (4)
David) 49 (30)
Bayly, E.L. (Mrs. R.P.) 80
G. 180
R.P. 80
John P. 49 (30)
Bayty, John S. 167
William C. 49 (30)
Bead Ie Fami ly 191 (140)
Berd, David 163
William 63
Zebe I un 163
Beadles, Alfred E. 155
Berk, Robert 27
Bassett 170
Berramore(P?), Wm. 166
Duke A. 155
Berry's Co. (East Tenn Militia
Beal Family 199 (184)
War - 1812) 36
John Turner 98 (72)
Berry, Robert 71
Ma ry Powe r (Mrs.
Be rryman, A. 88
John Turner) 98 (72)
(?), Pleasant Mack 98 (72) Berthal, Buck 166
Mrs. 14m. Vincent 82
Bery, John 72
Bethel, Alfred 170
Beam, Jacob 155, 156
Bettis Family 176
Bean, Effa 81
George M. 81
Betts, John 39
L.A.E. (Miss) 39
J.T. 81
~I.A. (Mrs. John)
39
Mary 81
Beverly, Jr., John 74
S. (Mrs. J. T. ) 81
William 5
Sen., John 74
Beard Family 201 (195)
Saly (Miss) 71
David 134
Bevill, G. M. 89
John 163
Bewley Family 148 (124)
Martha Harris (Mrs.
Bibb, Maras 70
101m.) 170
101m. M. 70
101m. 170
Bickely, J.T. 89
Bearden, Marcus D. 189
Bickham, Dr. C.J. 67
\,J.S.
88
John S.
67
Bearss, Mrs. Edwin C. 144 (103)
Miss Terie 67
Beasley, L.A. 160
Bidwell, Charles 58
Narcissa Jane 103
Biggs Family 193 (152),
Beatty, Hugh 139
198 (180)
Beavers, Thomas 163
Bigs, Peter 166
Beawell, Stephen 159
Bilherny, Benton 158
Becker, James 167
Billings, Mrs. Barbara Graves
Becton, Dr. Edwin P. 32
178, 191 (142), 192
Bedwell, Ca1ep 73
(145). 199 (188)
Mary 159
Billingsly, Thomas 167
Beech, H.H. 88
Bi lls, Alvin Wilson 15
Beeler, Pvt. Joseph 36
Clara 16
Begley, Pherix 26
Daniel 15
Bego, Mary 69
Deborah (Mrs. Daniel) 15
Bejach, Mrs. Lois D. 101
Emily 15
Wi1ena Roberts (Mrs.
Evelina }i1cNea1 12, 13, 16
L.D.) 154, 162
Isaac 15
Belcher, Little B. 63
Isaac Newton 15
Hilliam 155
Bartholomew Family 192 (148)
J. 185
Bart1et, Susannah 73
Bartlett, Mr. 152
Barton Family 203 (205)
Baskett, Mrs. Oscar 3, 104, 153
Baskin, John 163
Moses 163
Bassell, John 159
Bassett Family 149 (132)
Batchelor, Samuel 93
Bateman, Mary 42
Bates, Jeremiah 167
Bates, Mrs. L.D. 1
Bates, Owen 157
Batte, Mary 114
Battle, Adeline Sanders Moseley
(Mrs. Joel Allen) 69
Annie 69
Elizabeth 69
Isaac 69
Joe 1 Allen 69
Bell Family
E.
-208Bills, John H. (See John
Houston Bills) 56, 57,
61
John Houston (Major) 15
Leonidas Issac 15
Lillias Houston (Mrs.
Isaac) 15
Lucy 16
Mrs. Lucy Wood (Mrs.
John Houston) 16
Lucy Wood (Mrs.
Wilson Thomas) 15
Mary Caroline 15
Mary Miller (Mrs.
Leonidas Isaac) 15
Olivia Lillias 15
Ophelia 15
Patience 15
Placebo Milton 15
Prudence Tate McNeal
(Mrs. John Houston) 15
Sarah E. 15
Wilson-Thomas 15
Bingham Family 193 (152)
Ebert 24
John 125, 182
Binkley Family 202 (203)
Binyon, Caroline 121
1.S. 121
Susan Reese (Mrs.
1.S.) 121
Bird Family 191 (143),
192 (147)
Andrew 164
Jonathan 164
Joseph 71
William 163
Birdson, (Dr.) Miles J. 32
Birdwell, Rachael Oliver (Mrs.
Thos. G.) 169
Thomas G. 169
Bishop Family 4, 34, 44,
45 (3)
Abigail 45 (3)
A.C. Lansden (Mrs.
Wylie B.) 121
Anna 121
Anna Frion (Mrs.
Wylie B.) 121
Brins ley 120
Eliza 121
Elizabeth (Mrs.
Hardeman) 44
Eliz. McMullen (Mrs.
Brins ley) 121
George 45 (3), 121
Hardeman 44
Harriet (Mrs.
Hardeman) 44
Ira Elmore 4
James C. 121
John 121
Joseph 121
Letitia 121
Lewis 45 (3)
Lucy 121
Mamie 121
Martin L. 121
Mary E. 121
Mary J. 121
Onie O. 121
Otho L. 121
R.D. 44
Robert B. 121
Sallie 121
Sophie Ann 121
Susan Mynatt (Mrs.
Lewis) 45 (3)
Virgie F. 121
William 45 (3)
William B. 121
Wi lliam R. 121
Wylie B. 120, 121
Wylie M. 121
Bister, Wm. E. 130
Black, James 82
John 167
Louisa Ramsey (Mrs.
L.P.) 118
L.P. 118
Robert 166
Wm. 70
Blackburn Family 45 (4), 204 (212)
Agnes (Nancy) 45 (4)
Benjamin 45 (4)
Elizabeth 171
Eliz. Nesbitt (Mrs.
Benjamin) 45 (4)
(Nancy) Agnes 45 (4)
Wm. 163
Blackley, Charles 75
Blackmore, G.D. 136
John 156
Blackstock Family 199 (185)
Blackwell, Fannie Jackson (Mrs.
John) 175
John 175
Blair, Joel B. 158
John 72
Jos. 166
Mary 176
Samuel 78
Blake, Eli 24
Nathaiel 24
Blakeley (Blakley) Family
49 (36), 96 (49)
Wm. 166
Blakely Family 145 &
146 (113)
(Blakeley?), Alexander
49 (36), 96 (49)
Charles 96 (49)
Margaret 96 (49)
Obedience 95 (44)
Sarah Lakey (Mrs.
Alex.) 96 (49)
Blakemore, J.W. 88
Blakley (Blakeley), Alexander
49 (36), 96 (49)
Blakmore, Geo. D. 135
Blalock, Mrs. T.K. 99 (77)
Bland, Miss Vera 96 (54)
Blang, George 189
Blankenship Family 162
Blanks Family 145 (109)
Bledsoe Family 197 (175)
Allen 27
Anthony 135
Anthony Head 135
Benjamin J. 161
Mrs. Carl 197 (175)
Henry 136
Isaac 135, 136
Mrs. T.K. 2
T.N. 90
Bletcher, Tho's 156
Blevins, Keturah(?) 161
Blockman, Ca~ 175
Blount, Governor 10
John G. 56
Reading 129
Thomas 132, 179
Blurton Family 147 (119)
Boals Family 147 (119)
Boatwright, Levi 175
William 174
Boaz, Pvt. James 36
J.W. 90
T.A. 89
Bobbitt, Barbara (Mrs.) 46 (16)
Emily 100 (80)
Melissa 46 (16)
Boddie, Elijah 94
John 33
John B. (Author) 33
Mrs. John B. 94
Wm. W. (Author) 33
Bogard ?, Abraham 166
Jacob 166
Boggs Family 3
P.L. 87
Bohanan, (Miss?) See(Mrs.
T.G.Tomlinson) 175
Elijah 156
Robert 160
Bolden, Wm. 133
Bolding, James 37
Mrs. Robert H. 1
Bolin (Baliss?), Wm. 103
Bolinger, Emily 172
Frederick 172
Mary Hunter (Mrs.
Frederick) 172
Boman, Senr., Saml. 75
Bomar, William W. 57
Bond, Stephen 78
Bondham Family 142 (92)
Bondurant, Ben. 170
Bonner Family 145 (111)
James 61, 131
Jana (?) J. 131
John 61, 131, 186
T. 61
Booker Family 150 (137)
(Mr.) 61
Booker-Lewis 33
Boom, Aaron M. (Editor) 170
"Boone Family" 47 (21), 197
& 198 (177)
Boone, Daniel 70
Susan (Susanne) 47 (21)
Booth, (Dr.) Will T. 32
Boothe, Stephen 60
Jr., Stephen 184
Bosarge Family 162
Bosley, Beal 55
Boss, David 181
Bostick Family 193 (155)
Bosworth, Mrs. Pearl 150 (133),
203 (210)
Botkin, High 163
Boulton, Charles 64
Bounds, Elvie Stout (Mrs.
John) 176
Jesse 156
John 176
Thomas Esq. 157
Bourn, Jac 78
Bowden Family 200 (189)
Celia Lawrence (Mrs.
Elias) 93
Elias 93
Bowdry Family 144 (101)
Bowen, Henry 156
William 134
Bower, George 127
Bowers, Mrs. Charles R. 141 (86)
George 185
Bowers & Wilson 182
Bowlen Family 201 (194)
Larkin 24
Bowling Family 162
Bowman, Benjamin 156
Esther 47 (19)
John 27
Mrs. Lewis O. 29, 34
Peter 27
William 135
Box, Benjamin 169
Lisles 169
Boyce, Chaney 107
Rev. John 107
Boyd's (Marriage Index) 104,
107, 109
Boyd, (Mr.) 131
Arthur 170
Mrs. E.K. 44, 203 (207)
Hugh G. 24
Joseph 74, 75
Boydstun Family 196 (170)
Boyers, Joseph 164
Boyle, Mrs. Blodwen W. 191 (143)
Boys, Rev. John 107
Bozarth, John D. 156
Levi? 156
Brabson, A~ 103
Bracewell Family 203 (206)
Bracken, Granville 99 (74)
Lucy Ann Colclough
(Mrs. Granville) 99 (74)
Brackenridge, John 125
Wm. 166
Bradbern, Sarah Jane 99 (75)
Bradberry, John 31, 32
Bradfor, Benjamin 73
Bradford Family 197 (173)
Benjamin 74
Esq. Henry 37
Bradien 164
Bradley, James 64
John 155, 156
Bradly, John 159
Bradshaw, Geton 170
John 170
Joseph 23
Maj. Robert D. 46 (15)
William 130
Braley, Miss Betty 204 (213)
Bramlett, Nat 157
Bran, Stanley 55
Branch, A.F. 66
Alexander V. 66
Amanda E. 66
Elizabeth 66
Emma Freeman (Mrs.
Martin L.) 66
Jesse L. 66
Joel P. 66
John T. 66
Joseph 132, 179
Louisa Cask (Mrs.
W.A.) 66
Martin L. 66
Mary 1. 66
Nancy L. 66
Nancy T. 66
Susan 66
W.A. 66
William H. 66
Brandon, Anna 81
Francis S. 185
John 167
Joseph 81
Mahalia (Mrs. Jos.) 81
Thomas 55
Branson, Levi 159
Bransteter, Eli 27
Brantley, John 57
Brasel, James 23
Jesse 23
Rhoda 23
Brasfield Family 201 (195)
Brashares, Robert 166
Brassfield, Willie 179
Braswell Family 197 (176)
Bratton, Hugh 166
Thos. 167
Brawner, John 170
Bray, George 159
1st Corp. Solomon 36
Brazel, William 156
Brazelton Family 48 (23)
Anna (Mrs.
Isaac) 99 (78)
Isaac 99 (78)
Lenty Armstrong 99 (78)
Brazier, T.N. 90
Brazleton, W.G. 87
Breadlove, John 23
William 23
Breden's Co. (East Tenn Militia,
War-1812) 36
Breden, J.L. 175
Lottie Ince (Mrs.
J.L.) 175
Brenley 98 (73)
Brewer, Ila (see Wright, lla
Brewer) 40
Briant, Ambrose 25
John H. 25
Lewis 23
Bridge Family 195 (165)
Bridgeman, Daniel 73
-209Bridger Family 38
Col. Joseph 38
Wilie 94
Bridgers, Henry 94
Henry C. 38
John 94
William 94
Brigance, David 133
John 133
Wm. 133
Briggs, Levi 44
Prof. W.T. 103
Bright, Pvt. Elijah 35
Gen. John M. 94
Brinky, William 157
Brinley Family 98 (73),196 (167)
Brinley-Thomson-McGee
Families 34
Brint Family 198 (182)
Briscoe, Mrs. W.G. 38
Britain, Wm. C. 155
Briwn, Sam Esq. 157
Broadway, J.E. 88
Brock, Duvell H. 157
Broiles (Broyles) Family
193 (152)
Bromly, William 73
Brooke, Castleman 6
Brooklittle, Hon. John 107
Mrs. John 107
Brooks, Pvt. George 35
I.C. 22
lve H. 21
John 22
John S. 22
Laura Dee 20
Lee M. 22
Littleton 70
Lovey 22
Martha P. (Mrs.
lve H.) 21
Mattie C. (Mrs.
Lee M.) 22
M.E. (Mrs.
I.C.) 22
Nancy M. (Mrs.
Sam) 22
Nannie (Mrs.
John) 22
Robert 188
Sam 22
Samuel T. 22
Tennie (Mrs.
T.J.) 21
Thomas 70, 179
Thomas J. 21
Wm. 85
Mrs. W.M. 103
Brookshire Family 193 (152)
Broom, George E. 11
Browde, C.C. 40
Ella G. (Mrs.
c.c.) 40
Brown Family 45 (5), 142 (90)
(Mr.) 61
A.A. Morgan (Mrs.
M.A.) 119
Albert 119
Allan R. (?) 61
B. 63
Bead 119
Cornelius D. 159
Jr., Mrs. Duncan B. 54
E.
66
G.G. 159
Gyen 75
Henry 24, 27
Hu (Clerk of CT.) 38
Hugh 24
James 24, 27, 28, 61,
119
James R. 25
John 125, 155
Jordan 97 (61)
J.W. 118
Lena 119
M.A. 119
Malinda 46 (16)
Manerva Stout (Mrs.
Wm.) 176
Brown, Martha Jane (Mrs.
S.H.) 40
Mary C. 128
Mary Jane Mason (Mrs.
N.S.H.) 40
Miles W. 156
Nancy 31
N.S.H. 40
Phenton 28
Phenton J. 28
Phenton M. 28
Rachel Adline Yarbrough
(Mrs. Jordan) 97 (61)
Reuben 159
Robert 119, 159
Robert A. 24
(Mrs.) Sally 167
Samantha E. Roberts
(Mrs. E.) 66
Sanford 119
Sarah W. 164
S.H. 40
Simermon 28
(Torn), Terril 28
Thomas 25, 38
William 25, 27, 28, 167,
168, 176
Wm. A. 156
Browning, David 167
John 166
Brownlee, Jno. 164
Broyhill, William 78
Broyle, Samuel 82
Broyles (Broiles) Family
193 (152)
Elizabeth 47 (18)
Jacob 47 (18)
Mary Catherine Fleischman (Mrs. Jacob) 47 (18)
Esq., Thos. ISS, 156
Brryles, Reuben 159
Bruce, Capt. H.G. 120
Martha 120
Bruden, Belle Ramsey (Mrs.
L.M.) 118
10M. 118
Brumbaugh, G.M. 162
Bruner, Pvt. Jacob 36
Brush, Betty (Mrs.
James 1.) 16
James 1. 16
John 16
Madaline (Mrs.
Thomas) 16
Ollie (Mrs. John) 16
Thomas 16
Bruster, James 26
Jesse 26
Bruton, James 26
Bryan Family 146 (118),
147 (118)
Andrew 161
Elizabeth Ford (Mrs.
N.) 68
E.W. 160
Hardy S. 55, 132
N.
68
Jr., Wi lliam M. 156
Bryant, Elisha 166
J.D. 90
Buchanan's Co. (East Tenn.
Militia War-1812) 36
Buchanan Family 141 (88),
201 (194)
C.M. 87
J.D. 88
J.P. 89
Buck Family 201 & 202 (200)
Anna 50 (37)
Annie 50 (37)
Daniel 50 (37)
Mrs. Henry E. 46 (12),
50 (37)
James 46 (12), 50 (37)
John Francis Marion 50 (37)
Mahala (Mrs.
James) 46 (12), 50 (37)
Mahala Smith (Mrs.
James) 50 (37)
Thomas 50 (37)
Buck, William Riley 50 (37)
Winnie 50 (37)
Buckingham, Fanny 74
Polly 74
Thomas (Mr. &
Mrs.) 71
Buckley Family 170
Buckner Family 149 (130)
Bucy, Ned 170
Buford, Charles 167
James 166
Buhler, Jr., Mrs. G.W. 146 (115)
Buie Family 142 (90)
Builson, James 181
Bullard, Isaac 158
Martha (Pattie) 97 (64)
Pattie (Martha) 97 (64)
Bullen (see Bullard) 97 (64)
~ullen (P?), Jesse
167
Buller (see Bullard) 97 (64)
William R. 23
Bullock Family 141 (85),
142 (95)
143 (95)
Bullock, J. Floyd 141 (85)
Bunch's (East Tenn. Militia
War-1812) 36
Bunch, James 167
Merada 166
Pvt. William 35
Bunn, Burwell 93
(Burn?) Etheldrid 166
Willie 93
Bunten Family 197 (173)
Buntin-Bunton Families 153
Bunton-Buntin Families 153
Bunton, John Wheeler 153
Burch Family 145 (112)
Burck, Anderson 78
Burd Family 192 (147)
Burden, Wm. 156
Bures (?), Spencer 167
Burges, Nathaniel 166
Tho's 156
Burgess, Cynthia 176
Cynthia Endsley (Mrs.
Willis) 176
Ellen T. 176
Ewell E. 176
Ina M. 176
James 157, 176
James L. 176
John B. 176
John W. 176
Lee E. 176
Mark M. 176
Martha J. Ladd (Mrs.
James 1.) 176
Mary B. 176
Mary Carson (Mrs.
James) 176
Thomas 55
Virtie 176
Washington 155
Rev. Willis 176
Willis D. 176
Burk, John K. 24, 28
John R. 27
Robert 24, 28
Burke Family 146 (115)
Bulah 50 (37)
Burkes(?), Hezikiah 78
Burkhalter Family 143 & 144 (100)
Burks, Anna Walker (Mrs.
Samue 1) 169
Bird B. 169
Eliza F. 169
George Washington 169
John 125
John W. 169
Louisa Granstaff (Mrs.
Samuel) 169
Matilda Ann 169
Robert E. Lee 169
Mrs. Ruth W. 35
Samuel 169
Samuel H. 169
Sonora 169
Thos. Jefferson 169
William Greene 169
Burn (Brun?), Jacob 166
Burnam, Jesse 97 (64)
Pattie (Martha) Bullard
Baker (Mrs.
Wm.) 97 (64)
William 97 (64)
Burnett 132
Mrs. Hal 115
Hannah Reid (Mrs.
M.D.) 42
John 75
M.D. 42
Patrick Henry 42
Silas S. 82
Burnette, Wm. 75
Burnham, Esther 172
Burns, Mary Eliza 29
Robert 186, 187
William A. 137, 193 (150)
Burr, John 157
Burris, Nancy 158
Burrow, John 125
Murphreys 165
Burrum, C.R. 89, 94
Burrus, Charles Joseph 164
Eliza 164
James H. 164
James R. 164
James R. (Jr.) 164
LaFayette 164
Laurintena (Mrs.
James R.) 164
Philip J. 164
Viola 164
William C.J. 164
Wm. L. 164
Burt Family 199 (187)
Burton, Charles 155
Henry 157
John H. 127
Burum, Peter 157
Busbie (Brisbie?), Mery 166
Bush & Dobb1ebres, (Messrs.) 170
Bush, Robert 25
Bushart Family 196 (169)
B~tler Family 45 (1), 148 (125)
Butler & Galbrai th 23
Butler, John 128
(Dr.) John F. 32
Thomas (Heirs) 23
Walker 61
William E. 126
Buttaram, Gilly 26
Butterfield, Patience 48 (22)
Buttram, Baley 26
James 26
Jane 26
William 26
Buxton, John 25
Mills 25
Buzby (Brizby?), Sherad 166
Bvers, Susanah 159
Byars Family 145 (112)
Bybee Family 199 (186)
Bynum, William 167
Byrd Family 192 (147)
Jesse 70
John 159
Joseph 71
J.W. 170
Mary Ellen Henry 98 (68)
Mary Kris (Mrs.
Wm. Merida) 98 (68)
Samuel 71, 72
Vardeman 25
William Merida 98 (68)
William Ryce 98 (68)
Byrn, A.K. 63
Ransom 63
Regin 63
Byrn, Thos. 63
Byrom, J.W. 89
Byrum Family 48 (23)
William 167
-C-
Cadwell, Daniel 59
David 127
James 182
-210-
Cady Family 199 (187)
Cage, F. (?) E. 103
Wi 11 136
Cahoon, Pvt. Andrew 35
Cain, John 161
Caldwell, (Mr.) 74
John 114
Nancy 99 (77)
Calehan, Charles 73
Charley 73
Thomas 73
Call, W.R. 90
Calland, Mary
Callaway, James T. 119
Joseph 119
Joaephine 119
Lemuel C. 119
Mary 119
Nancy (Mrs.
Parham) 119
Parham 119
Rebecca Shook (Mrs.
Thomas) 119
Thomas 119
Thomas L. 119
Callintine, William 82
Callis Family 205 (220)
Calloway, T.F.M. 78
Calton Family 195 (165),
196 (165)
Calvert, Jonathan 175
Sarah Ann 175
Cambron, E.J. 87
W.J. 87
Cammell, George 27
William 23
Camp Family 146 (116)
Mr. (Author) 109
Campbell Family 191 (140)
Mrs. 31
Alexander 166
Andrew 160
Dan'l 170
George W. 128, 158
Hugh 166
Esq., Jas. 157
John 156, 166
John A.M. 164
Joseph 71, 72
Joshua 134
Michael 182
William 60
Maj. Wm. B. 157
Camppbell, Geo. W. 167
Canada, John 75
Cannetax, John 158
Cannon Family 191 (142),
199 (188)
Elizabeth 159
John 71, 78
Lucy 95 (47)
Newton (Newten) 126,
-127, 180
Cantrell Family 195 (162),
196 (168)
Duke 170
Carberry, Margaret A. 98 (70)
Carden, Jun., Robert 78
Cardwell, Gerge 157
Carey Family 45 (I)
Mrs. Gertrude 201 (193)
~1i lford
156
Carithers, Robert 187
Carland, William 160
Carle, Portland T. 179
Carmack, Mr. 158
John 181
Carmichael, Anna J. Johnston
(Mrs. John) 175
Dr. Archibald G. 175
George 175
John 175
John A.D. 175
John H. 160
Mary J. 175
Mattie B. 175
Sarah 177
Carnesletand (?), Rumerbert(?)
23
Carney Family 204 (219)
Carnne1 (Cammel, Casnne1?),
Robert 167
Carothers, Margaret Ann 86
Carpenter, Cyre1 27
Daniel 27
Jonathan 127
Rebecah (Mrs.
Stephen) 70
Soloman 74
Stephen 70
Carr Family 150 (134)
A.B. 181
Hurley M. 150 (134)
Richard 134
Carraway, Mary Jane 84
Carrick, Lieut. 79
John N. 80
Carrigan Family 200 (192)
W.R. 88
Carriger, B.E. 89
Carroll, Richmond 55
Thomas Battle
(Author) 33
Carrut, John 163
Carson Family 45 (8),145(109)
(Mr.) 73
Andrew 45 (8)
Char lea 129
Elizabeth Hannah (Mrs.
Andrew) 45 (8)
Francis Barger (Mrs.
Moses Lemuel) 45 (8)
Jemima Collins (Mrs.
Moses Lemuel) 45 (8)
John 72
Joseph 45 (8)
"Kit" 176
Mary 176
Moses 45 (8)
Moses Lemuel 45 (8)
Carter Family 193 (155)
Abraham 131
Alexander 157
Charles 133
John 6, 7, 9, 56, 128
Mrs. J.R. 97 (60)
Capt. Landon 70
W.B. 87
Cartwright Family 149 & 150
(133)
Americus H. 67
Clinton 67
Columbua 67
Columbus J. 67
Elisha B. 67
Ella 67
Mrs. James B. 9, 54
J.M. 67
Lena 1. 67
Mary C. 67
Matthew 67
R.L. 67
Sally Lane (Mrs.
Matthew) 67
Terie Bickham (Mrs.
R.L.) 67
W.T. 88
Caruthers, John 33
Robt. 1. 164
Cary Family 45 (I)
Mylles 45 (I)
Case, Adel M. 123
Dr. Almon 123
Jr., Almon 123
Clarissa Pease (Mrs.
Almon, Sr.) 123
Emmadale 123
Dr. Gideon 123
James Emitt 123
Mary E. Powel (Mrs.
Almon, Sr.) 123
Oldon P. 123
Ollive Melissa 123
Margie P. 123
Persis Seward (Mrs.
Gideon) 123
Casey, Hiram 57, 129
John 181
Cash, Simpaon
Cashion, Arch
W.A.
157
90
89
W.H.
87
Cask, Louisa 66
Cason, John 128
Caster, Dan 120
Castle Family 197 (173)
Casttes, Henry 186
C~tbirth~?}, Daniel
166
Cate, Isaac 78
Noah 75
Cathcart, Sally 99 (74)
Mrs. Susan
Colclough 99 (74)
Catlett, John 113
Sarah Hawkins (Mrs.
John) 113
Catron, Francis 134
Cavendar Family 201 (195)
Francis A. 82
Ida 120
J.H. 120
Cavitt, Esq., John F. 170
Cecil, Loyd 90
Chamberlain, James 171
Rachel B. Marvell
(Mrs. James) 171
Chambers, Belle 174
Elizabeth 174
Frank 174
Hannah 174
Henry 170
James 174
Joseph 174
Nannie E. 174
Champion, Wm. 69
Chandler, Eli 182, 183
Gabriel 132
George 175
Chaney, Elisha 23
Wm. 158
Chaphu (Chasshu?) Jas. 163
Chapin, Paul 127
Chapman-Pugh Families 152
Chapman, Annie Elizabeth 32
James 50 (40)
John 61
Samue 1 50 (40)
Chappell Family 146 (117),
196 (166)
Charles II (King) 110
Charles Family 145 (111)
Charlton-Simpkins 48 (22)
Charter Family 145 (Ill)
(Mrs.) Agness 167
Chatham Family 147 (122)
Cheatham Family 192 (149)
Alice Adams (Mrs.
T.N.) 19
T.N. 19
Cheek Family 45 (2)
Mary 45 (2)
Cherokees 6, 8
Cherry, Daniel 59, 126, 179,
182
Chesnut, John 78
Chester, Robert 128
Robert I. 55, 57,
58, 128
Robert J. 188
Wm. 136
Chians (Chiam?), John 165
Childers (Childres, Childress)
47 (18)
Childers, Caroline 47 (18)
Mrs. ? Parker 47 (18)
Richard 78
Childres (Childers, Childress)
47 (18), 125
Childress (Childres, Childers)
47 (18)
Childress, (Dr.) Asa J. 32
Edwin H. 126
Reps? O. 61
Childs, H.T. 89
Chiles' Co. (War of 1812) 35
Chiles, Amelia 23
Henry 23
Chilton, William 161
Chisam, John 157
Chism, John 128
Capt. William 31
Chisum, James 62
John 159
Chorm, Ebenezer 172
Ebenezer H. 172
Granville E. 172
Harriet M. 172
James B. 172
James I. 172
Jane M. Barnes (Mrs.
Ebenezer) 172
Lillie 172
Manerva J. 172
Martha J. 172
Martha W. 172
Mary E. Criner (Mrs.
James B.) 172
Polly P. 172
Rebecca 172
Sam B. 172
William T. 172
William W. 172
Chowning Family 192 (148)
Christian, Martha 121
Chrousem (?), Ma 163
Chrusen, Wm. 163
Church, Phillip 166
Churchman. William 74
Churchwell, G. W. 27
George W. 24
Chusen, Richard 163
Citson, John 8
Clack, John 163
Peter 75
Sarah Jane (Walker) 65
(Clarke?), Spencer 166
Mrs. Tommie 97 (64)
Rev. Wm. A. 65
Claiborne Family 142 (94)
Mary 116
Miss Mattie 142 (94)
Clake, Hiram 82
Clamans, John 73
Clanton, Geo. 166
Jno. W. 166
Clarage, Frank 174
Martha W. Jackson (Mrs.
Frank) 174
Clark Family 145 (112), 194 (158)
Bachel 128
Casander (Mrs.
John) 70
Daniel
155, 156
Eliz. Upton (Mrs.
Thomas) 96 (50)
J.A. 90
James 75
James Harris 84
Jesse B. 159
John 70
Majr. John 165
Joseph B. 157
King 170
Levi 170
Lucille Emma Nicholson (Mrs.
James Harris) 84
Mary Eliz. Nicholson 84
Nathan 58
Jr., Raymond B. 22
Reuben 170
Samuel J. 84
Thomas 28, 93, 96 (50)
Thomas N. 28
Clarke, Mrs. A.S.J. 200 (190)
Capt. Lewis 116
Sarah M. 116
Clarsey(?), Miss Sally 157
Clawson Family 193 (152)
Claxton Family 203 (211)
Mrs. Martha C. Stone 77
Clay Family 29, 31, 34
G.R. 29, 31
Margaret 41
Clayborn Family 195 (165),
196 (165)
-211Clayton Family
)
193 (154),
205 (220)
S.M. 87
Cleacy?, James 159
Cle~ry, (Mr.) 37, 38
Cleaver, Henry 32
Missouri Ann 32
Cleft, William A. 24
Clemens, A. 170
Clement Family 141 (88)
Augustine 172
Elizabeth 172
Clements Family 200 (189)
Caturah Eliz. Thompson
(Mrs. John) 50 (37)
John 50 (37)
Philip 50 (37)
Polly Hiland (Mrs.
Phi lip) 50 (37)
Roger 50 (37)
Talitha Cuni 50 (37)
Clemons Family 150 (138)
Clenny, Johnathan 157
Cleveland Family 147 (120)
Eli 78
Cliborne Family 142 (94)
Clibourn, Ephraim 93
Joshua 93
Click, Jr., George 127
Cline, Eva (Mrs.Lewis H.) 16
Capt. Geo. 156
Lewis H. 16
Michael 131
Clingan Family 141 (85)
Cloman, William 60
Clopton Family 142 (95),
143 (95)
Benj. H. 164
James B. Price? 164
John H. l~
Price? 164
Clore-Simpkins 48 (22)
Cloud Family 202 (201)
Pvt. Wm. 36
Clouse, Adam 155
Cloux (Clouse?), Adam 157
C Meres (Cillens, Cellers?),
- ------ Elias 166
Coates, William J. 44
Cobb, John V. 21
Margaret G. (Mrs.
John V.) 21
Coble, David 50 (41)
Nancy? (Mrs.
Davin) 50 (41)
Cochran Family 162
Cockburn ?, George 166
Cocke, John 8, 189
Martha Ann W. 116
William 189
Gen. William 6
Cockran 127
Cockrell Family 47 (20)
John 47 (20)
Cockrum, Emma Idell 18
Joseph 18
Julie M. (Mrs.
Joseph) 18
S .A. 18
S.E. 18
Co~mer (Coames, Coomes),
William 166
(Coe?) Eve, Prof. Paul T. 103
Coe, Jr., Levin H. 114
Lucie E. Stainback (Mrs.
Levin H., Jr.) 114
Lucy E. 114
Coffee, Gen. 31
Coffey Family 142 (92)
Coffin Family 153
Coffman Family 149 (130)
Franklin B. 95 (43)
Jane Corley (Mrs.
Franklin B.) 95 (43)
Cogbill, C. C. 125
Cogdell Family 198 (182)
Coghill, Charles C. 62
Cohen, George 166
Coi_erow (Gainerow?), Geo. 167
Coker, Henry 130
Colclough, Delila Fields (Mrs.
John Smith) 99 (74)
Jim 99 (74)
John Smith 99 (74)
Mrs. ,Louisa Duvall
99 (74)
Lucy Ann 99 (74)
Mary B. 99 (74)
Susan 99 (74)
William A. 99 (74)
Cole, Miss Bernice 117
Lemuel H. 187
Solomon 156
Coleman, Nannie Will 77
Scar 82
Collens, N~thaniel 157
Collins Family 45 (8)
Ambrose 45 (8)
Jemima 45 (8)
Martin 157
R.T. 88
Collison, James 189
Mrs. James 189
Colly, Pearce 159
Collybrook, Lucy 159
Colquhoon, James 139, 140
Robert 139, 140
William 139, 140
Colston, Miss Ally 157
Colvert, William 163
Colville, Adaline 67
Alexander 67
Andrew G. 67
Anna Gambell (Mrs.
Joseph) 67
Caroline 67
Elizabeth 67
James A. 67
Joseph 67
Joseph A. 67
Laura C. 67
Lillie D. 67
Msrgaret J. 67
Martha 67
Martha 1. 67
Mary 1. 67
Matilda Vaughan (Mrs.
M.D.) 67
M.D. 67
Molly 67
Olivia A. 67
P.D. 67
Samuel 67
Samuel F. 67
Sarah 67
Sarah C. 67
Comer, John 171
Lucy Harlin (Mrs.
John) 171
Nancy 171
Compton, (Dr.) Smith N. 32
Conatser Family 150 (138)
Astor H. 150 (138)
Conn, R.H. 175
Sarah M. Ince (Mrs.
R.H.) 175
Connel, McAker 166
Connell,~ohn 166
Mrs. Mary 98 (71)
Conner, Ja;;s 166
John 166
Lewis 167
Trent C. 159
Conoway, A.L. 94
R.M. 89
Conrod, Nicholas 180
Conway, Jesse 158
Conyer, Thos. 134
Goody (Coovy?), James 166
Cook Family 33, 153, 201 +
202 (200), 203
(209)
Clyde 46 (14), 203(209)
Dru? Sila 165
Rev. Earl A. 33
George 70
Cook, Hugh 166
John 128, 170
John J. 27
Nicholas 160
Peyton 46 (14)
Rebecca Andrews (Mrs.
Peyton) 46 (14)
Richard 179
Esq., Robert 157
Thomas 78
William Jun. 27
William Senr. 27
Cooke,Robert Esq. 159
Cookrey, Jesse 157
Coonce, Robt. 163
'Samuel 163
Shadrick 163
Cooper Family 150 (136),
150 (138),
205 (220)
Benjamin 93, 163
Delilah 93
Edmond 93
Elizabeth 65
Elizabeth Landrum (Mrs.
Job) 65
Ezariah 23
Harson 163
James 157
Jese 163
Job 65
Levina 166
Louise 13
Marten 163
William 163
Coor (Core, Coore, Chor)
Family 198 (182)
Coots, Frederick 161
Hiram 161
Cope Family 143 & 144 (100)
Jr., Caleb 177, 178
(Sr.), Caleb A. 178
Maletha Jane Davis (Mrs.
Caleb, Jr.) 177, 178
Copeland (Coupland) Family
141 (87)
Copeland Family 48 (23),
201 (197)
Cynthia 97 (57)
James W. 160
Joseph 58, 59
Stephen 125
Copland, Tho's 156
Copley Family 47 (20)
Coppage III, Mr. A. Maxim 42
Corder, Ben 88
Corley-(Cowley) Family 47 (17)
Corley, Allen 95 (43)
Armetha Fileathe Daggs
(Mrs. James Thos.)
95 (43)
Catherine Snead (Mrs.
John) 95 (43)
James Thomas 95 (43)
Jane 95 (43)
Jemima Jane Vanessey
(Mrs. Jesse) 95 (43)
Jesse 95 (43)
John 95 (43)
Malinda 95 (43)
Nancy 95 (43)
Jr., Nathaniel (Cowley)
47 (17)
Thomas Jefferson 95(43)
Susan Ray (Mrs. Thos.
Jefferson) 95 (43)
Cornelius Family 53
Cornwell, Francis 59
Costy, Washington D. 157
Cothran, Arthur 124
Minnie (De 11) Nee ly
(Mrs. Arthur) 124
Cotton Family 197 (176)
William 115
Coulther, F.M. 90
Countryman Family 192 (146)
Coupland (Copeland) Family
141 (87)
Cowan (Cowen) Family 50 (41)
Cowan, Ellen 50 (41)
James 182
John 18, 74
John Foster 18
Lucinda (Mrs.
John)' 18
Cowen (Cowan) Family 50 (41)
James 50 (41)
Cowin Family 196 (167)
Cowley-(Corley) Family 47 (17)
Cowley, J. P. 89
Cox Family 46 (9), 137, 147 (121),
192 (150), 201 (195)
Abraham 27
Angelina 68
Edward 70
Elizabeth 158
Garrat T. 158
Jesse 26
John 92
John R. 171
Lucile 1
Mary (Mrs. Wm.) 68
Miss Molie E. 171
Moses 27
Q.M., Gale (War-18l2 Tenn.
Vol.) 36
Robert 155, 157. 159
Mrs. Robert Louis 114
(Cord?), Samuel 166
Sen., Saml. 167
SolOmon 46 (9)
Ta ker (Tucker?) 167
William 68
William R. 167
Coyner, James B. 185
Crabb, Henry A. 42
Lily Thomas 116
Col Ralph 116
Crabtree, J.H. 89
Joseph 164
Wm. 164
Craddock, Richd B. 63
Craford, Hughe- 133
Craig, Robert C. 160
Craighead, Esq., Alexander 116
Rev. Thomas B. 116
Crain, Abijah 159, 160
Lewis 133
Martin McNulty 119
Cranford Family 199 (185)
Crasey (Grady?). Dav:id 134
Craton, James 163
Craven, Henry 158
Cravens, John 134
Crawford Family 198 (182)
Charles 101
Jacob 182
Jane 115
Joe 40
John S, 115
Polly 171
Wm. K. 158
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lusk
55, 120, 125
Crawley, Madison 156
Tho's 156
Thomas 157
Crenshaw, Benjamin
23
Elizabeth 48 (26)
John W. 23
Cresey, Martha 173
Wi 1liam 173
Crews, Isaac 170
Criamer, William 167
Criner. Granvi lle 172
Martha W. Ba ""ns (Mrs.
Granville) 172
Mary E. 172
Rebecca 118
Crockett family 191 (141),
194 (158)
Andrew (Jr.) 86
Andre.' (Sr.) 86
Ann Eliza 86
Catherine A. (Mrs.
Andrew Jr. ') 86
David 170
-212Crockett, Ferdinand B6
James B6
Joannah (Mrs.
Samuel) B6
Katherine (Mrs.
Andrew Jr.) B6
Margaret J. B6
Martha E. (Mrs.
James?) B6
+ Owen (Cemeteries) B6
Robert Thomas B6
Sally (Mrs.
Andrew) B6
Samuel 58, 86
Cromwell, Anthony O. 24
Johnson 23
Oliver 85, lOB, 110,
112
Thomas lOB
Crook Family 144 (106)
Gertrude (see Mrs. Gertrude Crook Dean) 45 (2)
Croom Family 198 (182)
Croskery, Louisa·, (Mrs.
Thomas) lB
Thomas 1B
Cross Family 46 (11),
145 (109)
Abraham 26
Abram 70
Alice Eliz Locke (Mrs.
John Wesley) 69
Bejemun 166
Elijah 23, 70
Felix 69
John 'les ley 69
Jos. F. 98 (72)
Mary (Mrs. Felix) 69
Mary Elizabeth 69
Uriah 63
W. 159
Wm. 70
Zachariah 70, 133
Crosswright, Eli 171
Rebecca Bales
(Mrs. Eli) 171
Crowder, Richard 159
Crowe, Mattie 19
Crowell, Mr. (Brother to
Oliver Cromwell) B5
Charles 159
Charles D. 159
Crowley Family 45 (1)
Crumley, Sr., Pvt. Jacob 36
Crump, Adam 190
Crutcher, Catherine 69
Edmund 69
Eugenia Florida 69
Grace 69
Henry King (Hally) 69
Jane (Mrs.
Edmund) 69
Jean (Jane) 69
John H. 127
Mary Louis Dewitt
Yancy (Mrs.
Wm. Henry) 69
Rev. William Henry 69
Crye, George 23
Cullon, Alvan 161
Cuming's Co. (East Tenn. Militia War-1B12) 36
Cummings, Joseph 156, 159
Cummins, Elizabeth 120
J.H. 90
Cunningham, Edmond 157
Cunningham, W.A. 90
Curd, John L. 103
Curlin, Sarah Ann 47 (lB)
Curny (Burny?), Adam 167
Currie, Joseph 187
Curry Family 205 (220)
Joseph 1B7
McLemore &
Lasiter(?) 61
R.B. 1B6
Curtis, Mary Barnett 33
Curys, James B2
Cutbreth, Daniel 131
-DDabney, John 140
Daggs, Albert J. 95 (43)
Ann Louise 95 (43)
Armetha Fileathe' 95 (43)
Caroline 95, (43)
Eliza Evans (Mrs.
Hiram) 95 (43),
George Washington 95
(43)
Henry E. '95 (43)
Hiram 95 (43),
Louisa Jane 95 (43)
Mary Elizabeth 95 (43)
Monroe 95 (43)
Nancy Fraizer (Mrs.
Ruel) 95 (43)
Nancy Jane 95 (43)
Octava Roxann 95 (45)
Rue1 95 (43)
Squire Hiram 95 (43)
Dally 3
Dale Family 50 (41)
Capt. 15B
William 50 (41)
Dalton, Nancy 176
Dameron Family 149 (130)
Dancer Family 142 (94)
Daniel, Elizabeth 24
Erasmus A. 84
Ester (Esther) Livingston (Mrs. Stephen)
9B (65)
Ezekiel 24
Nancy 25
Paul 24,
Stephen 9B (65)
Tempie Winifred Nicholson (Mrs. Erasmus A.) B4
W.H. 115
Dardis, James 129
Darnell, Mrs. Sinclair 40
Darrow Family 146 ( 114)
Daugherty, Robert B. 158
DaVault Family 143 & 144 (100)
Davenport, Rev. Mr. 116
Mathew 166
Richard 49 (36)
David, Amos 166
Nancy 69
Sampson 130
Watson 167
Davidson Family 196 (16B)
Capt. Alexander 97(59)
Mrs. H. L. 44, 19B (182)
James 27
James Sen. 27
John 167
Menan 27
M.J. 27
Samuel 27
William 61
W.L.D. 27
Davis Family 142 (95), 143 (95),
154, 194 (159),
200 (191)
Rev. Mr. 116
Ada Taylor (Mrs.
Marion Wilie) 177
Alonzo 100 (B3)
Amos 15B
Asariah P. 100 (B3)
Benjamin 27
Benson 163
Charles 24
Charles Edward 120
Cletis Alto 177, 178
Coleman 17B
Elizabeth McCulley (Mrs.
Mclin) 99 (75)
Eliz. Parish (Mrs.
H.H.) 120
Frances Caroline 177,
178
Geo. Washington 177 , 17B
Henry Clay 177 , 178
H.H. 120
Davis .. Hugh R. 23
Ida Narcissa 177, 178
Isaac 50 (41)
Jacob 50 (41)
James 23, 72, 73, 74,
155
James L. 120
Mrs. J.E. 204 (216,217)
Jesse B. 170
J. Fielding 163
J.L. 120
Joana Gibson (Mrs.
J.L.) 120
John 62, 15B, 163
John M. 23, 24
Jonathan 50 (41)
Jona than C. 160
Joseph 154
Lemuel 50 (41)
Leonard 50 (41)
Lucy Coleman Nutall
(Mrs. Henry Clay) 177
McLin 99 (75)
M.
73
Maletha Jane 177, 17B
Marion Wilie (Wiley)
177, 17B
Mary Ann Tedford (Mrs.
Wilie Jarrett) 177, 178
Mary Elizabeth 177, 178
Mary Eliz. Gardner (Mrs.
Wm. Charles) 177
Matthew (Mathew) 26,
50 (41)
Mattie Lu 17B
Matty 95 (46)
Miss Mayola 154
Narcissa Ida 177, 17B
Nathan 167
Nathaniel "Nat"
158,
159
N.C. 160
Nicolis 72
Noah Alvin 120
Ollie Bell 120
Para lee "Pa ttie"
177,
17B
Phil 17B
Pink 120
Pleasant 27
Ransel 15B
Rebecca C. Hardwick
(Mrs. Asariah P.)
100 (B3)
Robert 27,163
Robert H. 155
Robert M. 27
Mrs. Sabra 156
Samuel 166, 100 (83)
Thos. 163
Thomas H. 23
Ula May 120
Vernisimon 17B
Walter 26, 27
Wiley (Wilie) 177, 178
Wilie Jarrett 177, 17B
William 25, 163
William C. 23
William Charles 177,
17B
W.W. 177, 178
Davise, Jeusha 163
Dawson Family 147 (120)
Pvt. Thomas 35
Day, Francis 190
Deadrick, Esq., David 169
Dean Family 202 (203)
Chriswell 4B (26)
Elizabeth Palmer 48 (26)
Mrs. Gertrude Crook 45
(2), 144 (106)
Deatherage, Abner 24
English 2B
Deaton, John 70
Mary Elizabeth 46 (13)
DeBord Family 191 (139)
Deering, Esq. 158
Dees, Jepee 62
DeLany, John 62
De1emar, Miss Mary Belle 9
Dell, Pvt. Phillips 36
Dement, David 190
Deneston" John 72
Denneston,Robert 72
Denning, Andy 170
Dennis Family 150 (135),
192 (14B)
199 (186)
Mrs. Alberta V.
193 (152)
Joel 82
Robert 82
Denny, William 158
Denson, William 57
Denton, Addison T. 172
Alice 173
Cora 173
Frances A. Potter
(Mrs. Addison T.) 172
'George T. 173
John 156
Jones 172
Josiah 73
Lawrence C. 17 3
Mrs. Lucinda 159
Lucy N. 173
Luther 173
Margaret T. Sledge
(Mrs, Thomas H.) 173
Martha 173
Mary 31
Mary M. 173
Theophi lus 173
Thomas H. 172, 173
William A. 173
DePew Family 205 (223)
DePlace, Mrs. Eric LeeVerne
192 (144) ,146)
DeRossett Family 196 (167)
DeRossitt,William 157
DeRosset, Byram 28
Marvil 28
DeRossette Family 9B (73)
Carroll 99 (73)
Derrick, Andrew 27
William 24
Desha, Robert 134
DeShazo, Mrs. Cornelia Herod 174
Deson, Edmond 174
Eliz. Chambers (Mrs.
Edmond) 174
Desrisia Family 194 (160)
DeVault Family 143 & 144 (100)
Deven (Dever?), Jain 165
Dever, Wilm 166
Deverana(?), (Mr.) 60
Devereaux 132
DeVille, Winston 33
DeViny Family 203 (205)
Dew, Mr. 156
Col. Jose? C. 155
Dewarine (Dewain?), John 166
Dewese, William 160
Dewitt, Mary Louise 69
Dews (?), Nathaniel 63
Dibrell, Col.' Chats 155
Dickens, Edmond 131
Samuel 58
Dickerson, Jomes 118
Nathaniel 179
Dickey, J .M. 88
Margaret (?) Gibson
(Mrs.' Robert) 115,
Robert 115
Dickore, Marie (Author) 33
Dickson, E.D. 170
James 28
Rev. R.M. 16
Thomas 160
William 126
Diehl Family 193 (151)
Diggs, Elisha 85
Dilard, Lisha 163
Dildine, Amond 160
Ezekiel 156
Harmon 24
James 160
Dill, Mr. 96 (53)
-213Dill, Allie 40
Polly Wright (Mrs.)
96 (53)
Dillard, Ezacirick 163
John 163
Dillon, Hannah 31
Jacob 161
John 55
Dinkins Family 45 (2)
Anna 39
B.F. 39
Cora Belle 39
Cornelia J. 39
Fannie Henderson (Mrs.
John) 45 (2)
John 45 (2)
John R. 39
MaryF. 39
Mary J. (Mrs.
B.F.) 39
Minnie Mae (Mrs.) 39
Nancy 45 (2)
Sarah Ellen 39
Dinsmore Family 141 (89)
Dismukes, Allie Wilson 20
Ann Munro (Mrs.
John T.) 116
Esq., John T. 116
Mrs. Lillie 20
Diuguid Family 142 (95),143(95)
Divan, Mary Ann 169
Diven, John 169
John S. 169
Mary 169
(Divan), Mary Ann 169
Rosanna S. (Mrs.
John) 169
Susan 169
Divine Family 203 (205)
Dixon Family 201 (194)
Douglas 78
Joseph 135
Doak, Betsy M., Mrs. 159
John 164
Dobblebres & Bush, (Messrs.)
170
Dobbs, Tierra 96 (52)
Dockery, Benjamin 82
Sarah Southern (Mrs.
Wm.) 100 (80)
William 100 (80)
Dodd, E:T:vtilble 35
Temperance W. (Mrs.
E.T. 18
Dode, James 78
Dodson Family 29, 197 (176)
Dodson, Messrs. 158
Annie Taylor 173
Arthur 173
Bettie 173
Jr., Charles 47 (18)
Sr., Charles 47 (18)
Clemmie 171
Elijah 165
Eliza English (Mrs.
W.J.) 173
Eugene 173
George 173
Dr. James 65
J. Effie F. Walker
(Mrs. James) 65
Laban 130
Martha Cresey (Mrs.
Thomas) 173
Mollie 173
Sarah Ann Curlin (Mrs.
Charles (Jr.) 47 (18)
Thomas 173
W.J. 173
Doherty & Co., Trigg 190
Doherty, George 130
King & Co. 190
P.M. 164
William 71,72
Doke, Washington 75
Dollar, Eunice Adair 14
Eunice Polk Kortrecht
(Mrs. Wylie Stegar)
12, 14
Dollar, Evelyn Polk 14
J.P. 88
Wylie Stegar 12, 14
Dollin, T.E. 89
Dolton, Joseph 156
Domonoske, Mrs. Arthur B.
196 (170)
Donaldson, Ebenezer 69
Mary Bego (Mrs.
Ebenezer) 69
Mary Thomas 69
Donelson, Ebenser 163
Humphry 163
Col. John 5, 6
William 163
Donneley, Thomas 72
Donnell, Robert 164
Thos. 136
Wm. 164
Jun., William 164
Donnelson, (Mrs.) Mary 167
Donnely, Alexander 164
(Donnell?), Samuel 164
(?), William 164
Donoho, John 135
Miss Fannie 174
Dorman, John Fredrick 33
Doss, Frances 177
Dossett (?), William H. 167
Dossley (Dufley?), John 167
Dotson, Mary 160
Samuel H. 166
Dottery Family 145 (109)
Dougherty, George 58, 62
John 26
Jr., Mrs. N. Sam
197 (176)
William 26
Douglas, Andrew 75
Edward 128
Douglass,Alexander 75
Dougles, John 75
Dougless,Edward 133
Dover, Betsey 155
Dowd, William 155
Dowdy, Joseph 56
Dowell, Benjamin F. 55
Doyle, Mrs. Marshall W. 153
Drake, Benjamin 94
Elizabeth 93
Francis 93
John H. 94
Matthew 93
Temperance 93
Draper, Dr. Lyman P. 8
R.O. 124
Drew, James 170
Drewery, Richard 170
Drinkwater, Emanuel 97 (60)
Polly 97 (60)
Robert 97 (60)
William 97 (60)
Driver Family 150 (136)
G. 94
Drumright Family 198 (179)
Dubose Family 148 (126)
Duecy, Mrs. J.M. 198 (178)
Duff, Drewcilla T. Jack
(Mrs. N.F.) 122
Margaret Jack (Mrs.
W.J.) 122
N.F. 122
W.J. 122
Dugan, John 71
Duggan, James 63
D~gger, David 95 (47)
Mary Ann 95 (47)
Susannah (Mrs.
David) 95 (47)
Duglas, Thomas 167
Duglass, Elmore 133
Ezekiel 133
James 167
Duholm, Mrs. Lea F. 153
Duke Family 148 (126)
Dukes, Stephen 159
DuLaney, Miss Mildred 65
Dunaway, William 56
Duncan, Sgt. Allen 36
Edward VI (King) 110
Duncan, Charles 69
Edwards Family 148 & 149 (128),
Charles D. 117
196 (170)
Craven 25
Alice G. 41
Dora (Mrs.
Debartha 41
Wm. W.) 68, 117
Edwin E. 41
Henry W. 99 (77)
Eudora E. 41
James S. 27
Florance 41
John W. 69
Florence W. 41
Katy 49 (32)
Geo. N. 41
Laura J. Long (Mrs.
Geo. W. 41
W.G.) 117
J.M. 41
Margaret Ruddle (Mrs.
John W. 41
Henry W.) 99 (77)
Leander H. 41
Martin" 57
Lissie Pearl 41
Mary Woods (Mrs.
Margaret Clay (Mrs.
Charles) 69
W.A. 41
Melvia 68
Martha J. Vaughn (Mrs.
Reuben 27
Thos.) 41
Richard 63
Mary Eliz. 41
W.D. 117
Mattie A. (Mrs.
W.G. 117
J.M.) 41
Wm. 69, 159
Nannie Gilmore 41
William B. 99 (77),
Robert T. 41
181
Sarah J. 41
William W. 68, 117
Thos. 41
Dunigan Family 149 (129)
Thula 41
Dunlap Family 143 (99)
W.A. 41
Dunlop, Mrs. Scott 97 (55)
William 166
Dunn Family 191 (143)
Wm. N. 41
Rhoda 191 (143)
Wi lson 78
Dunsmore Family 141 (89)
W.W. 87
Dupee, James 24
Eggleston Family 204 (213)
Dupre Family 152
Eggnew, Thomas 133
Duson (Deeson?), Joseph 166
Eimmet, Jacob 78
Duty, William 183
Elam, Faye (see Mrs. F. (E.)
Duvall, Louisa 99 (74)
Krudwig) 45 (6)
(Mrs.) Mareen 99 (74)
James A. 41
Dyer Family 142 (94)
Margaret Lingow (Mrs.
Alexande r 169
James A.) 41
Annie 124
Eldred, Digne 12, 14
David 169
Eveline McNeal Polk
H. 156
(Mrs. Digne) 12, 14
Jas. Allen 169
George Orson 14
Joel 131
Marshall Polk 14
John 169, 175
Mary Wilson 14
Mary Amanda 169
Mary King (Mrs. Alex.) 169 Eldridge, Sampson 58
Robt. 169
Elgin, George 158
Eliot, Abraham 74
Robert H. 59, 128
Ba rtha lomew 78
Samuel 157
Samuel (Jr.) 170
Elis, Joseph 71
Elkins Family 145 & 146 (;13),
Sarah 169
Susan 169
19B (178)
Thomas 169
Ellems, N. 160
Thomas S. 1 60
William 169
Dyke's Co. (War of 1812) 35
E1lerge, Edmun 163
Elliot, George T. 103
James 26
-EMrs. Katherine B. 104
Elliott-Simpkins Families
48 (22)
Earle, Nathaniel 158
Ellis Family 141 (8~-'+),
Early & Hackett (Authors) 33
]l,2 (93)
Easley Family 145 & 146 (113)
East Family 142 (92)
Franci,s 91
Easter Family 53
James 26, 35, 167
Carmie Harlin (Mrs.
John D. 159
Mrs. Martha 191 (139)
John) 122
John 122
195 (162)
Eastham, James 160
W.B. 90
Eastland, R.M. 160
Ellzey, Berry M. 47 (20)
Robert M. 159
Dr. James 47 (20)
Thomas 156
Elmon, Elijah 157
Eatherly, Dr. William T. 173
Elmore (Torn), Abraham 28
Eaton, David 63
Allen 28
Mrs. De Loyce F. 204
Anderson 28
(211), 212)
Daniel 28
Eben, Isaac 24
Elijah 158
Eckelberry Family 53
(Torn), Isaac
28
Eckhardt, Mrs. W.R. 204 (219)
Julius 28
Edens, E.H. 172
Travis 28
Grace Griffin (Mrs.
Elms, Edward 157, 158
E.H.) 172
Jonathan 159
Edgar, Dr. James (Pastor) 16
Embry, Mrs. Charles .Pl..
Edge, Carrie 96 (48)
(Sr.) 101
Edmiston, C.B. 88
Emerson, James 32
Edmondson, A.K. 89
Nancy M. Ho 1.1 is (Mrs.
William (Sene tor)
Read) 32
- 165
Read 32
Reuben 170
Emery, Chas. F. 164
~
\
-214-
Ford, Guy W. 68
Fields, James F. 100 (80)
Emery, Chas.. F. 164
Evans, George W. 115
Henry C. 68
John 100 (80)
Russe 11 L. 103
James N. 175
Howland C. 68
Emmerson, Thos. 140
Nancy L. Branch (Mrs.
William 186
John 67
Emmons, David 74
H.) 66
Eve (Coe?), Prof. Paul T. 103
John H. 68
Endsley, Cynthia 176
Everett's Co. (East Tenn. Vol.
Sarah SouthernDoe~ery
Margaret J. Colville
John 176
(Mrs. James F.) 100 (80)
War-1812) 36
(Mrs. John) 67
Sarah(?) Williamson (~rs.
Mary Blair (Mrs.
Everett, David 93
Melvia Duncan (Mrs.
John) 176
John) 100 (80)
Delilah Cooper (Mrs.
Henry C.) 68
England Family 191 (139),
David) 93
William D. 24
Mollie E. 68
199 (186)
Filan, William 158
Evin<, Doctor 71
Ola 68
David 160
Files & Haynes 117
Evin (Ewin)?), John 167
English's Co. (East Tenn.
(Miss) S .A. 68
Fincher, Phoebe (Pherby
Ewing, H. 187
Salantha Liles (Mrs.
Militia War-18l2) 36
or Pemby)
100 (82)
Ewings, Andrew 166
English, Campbell 121
Thomas) 68
Fine, William 166
Ezell, William 166
Eliza 173
S.W. 68
Finley, John 74
Elizabeth 32
Thomas 68
Reuben 158
-FPvt. Thomas 36
Elizabeth (Mrs.
FinneR Family 145 (109)
Campbell) 121
Thomas J. 68
J.W. 103
Tipton 82
Fischer, Anthony
James 173
Fagg, Mary 98 (69)
Mrs. W.A. 124
James N. 121, 122
Fairfax, H. 185
see: Fisher, Anthony
Wi lliam T. 68
Matricia Stanfield (Mrs Fall, Alexander 164
Fisher Family 148 (127)
Foren, Moses 125
Fann Family 144 (104)
Anthony 57, 58
(Mrs. James N.) 122
Forgey Family 149 (129)
N.
81
Farchild, Lewis 24
Mrs. C.W. (Mary
Forister, Gibbs T. 157
N.I.(J.?) 81
Faris, Dr. Alexander
C. Quelen) 69
English Research lOS, 106,
Fornbush, Samuel 72
Allen 103
John 63
Forrest's (Escort in Civil
Mary C. Quelen (Mrs.
107, 108,
John F. 63
Farley, Elizabeth Ann 160
War) 88, 89, 90, 94
109, 110,
C.W.) 69
Forrest, Gen. (N.B.) 172
Fitch, Thomas 156
111, 112,
Farmer Family 149 (132)
Mark 180
Fitchpatrick, Nancy 122
113
Benj. 170
Forrester, I.V. 89
Doctor 155
Fitpatrick Family 142 (92)
Enman, John 120
Louisa 120
Elijah 157
Fitzgerald 81
Esq., J.B. 157
Epperson Family 201 (199)
Flanders, Mrs. Claude W.
Legralda 48 (25)
Enoch 24
Molly 122
Mrs. Harry F. 203 (205),
N.S. 90
150 (135)
Forsyth Family 149 (129)
Fleischman, Mary Catherine
Epps, J.N. 89
(206)
Elizabeth 131
L.
90
Mrs. H.F. 49 (29)
47 (18)
Forsythe, Andrew 156
Erwin Family 142 (95),
Farr, (Mrs.) Sarah Wilson 164
Fleming Family 198 (182)
Foster
Family
145 (111),
143 (95)
Farrar Family 45 (4)
Fleming(s), "Annie" 48 (27)
Andrew 60, 180
Cicely (Mrs. Wm.) 45 (4) Fleming, John 165
198 (178)
"Andy" 48 (27)
J.T. 94
Harriet M. Chorm (Mrs.
Fleming(s), Ollie Ann
Hon. Ephriam H. 162
Millie 175
"Annie" 48 (27)
J.H.) 172
Capt. William 45 (4)
Fleming, Judge W.S. 103
G.W. 89
Erwin (Ewin, Ervin?), Rev.
James Anderson (Andy)
Farrington, Capt. Jonathan 156
Fleneken, John B. 157
J.H. 172
Josath'n 155
Esland, Thomas B. & Co. 23
Fletcher, Mr. John 169
48 (27)
Thomas 128
Farris Family 143 (96)
John
164
Eslick, Levi 94
Leoedes B. 156
Julia 48 (27)
Flinn, Luke 157
M.S. 94
Ollie Ann !lAnnie"
William C. 181
Flowers, Jacob 47 (17)
Espy, Robert 134
Fleming(s) (Mrs.
Farrow, Cely Ruffin (Mrs.
Julia 122
Estell Family 95 (42)
James Anderson
Wm. 64
Estes, John 23, 132
Perry) 48 (28)
"Andy") 48 (27)
Peter 23
Perry 48 (28)
Floyd Family 150 (136)
Founbust, Saly Beverly (Mrs.
James 73
Faulkner Family 143 &
Estill Family 95 (42)
Thomas) 71
Estis Family 46 (11),
144 (100)
Mrs. Le Roy 150 (136)
Thomas 71
Faust (Foust?), Chaplain
Flynn, Miss Matilda 158
145 (109)
Foust Family (also, see
Rodney 158
Estrige, Richad 163
Wm. Jabez 46 (16)
Faust)
46 (16)
Fodge, Catharine (Mrs.
Etheridge, Thos. 170
Jesse 46 (16)
Martha Rial (Mrs.
George 46 (16)
Eubank, Alice Rollin (Mrs.
G.W.) 40
Malinda Brown (Mrs.
Howard) 122
Jesse 46 (16)
C.B. (Mrs.
Bransford 122
Mary Eliza Swaim (Mrs.
George) 46 (16)
C.W.) 39
Martha 46 (16)
Wm. Jabez) 46 (16)
Chris teen 122
C.W. 39
Peter 46 (16)
George 39
Elizabeth 122
Faust-Rudolph Family 46 (16)
Sarah Ryal (Mrs.
George Alvin 40
Ellen Garret (Mrs.
Feares, William 61
Peter) 46 (16)
George L. 40
Green) 122
Fearney, John 115
Fouts (Fausts & Fousts)
Etta S. Gum (Mrs.
Levina Webb (Mrs.
G.W. 40
John 39
46 (16)
John) 122
John) 115
Fowler Family 195 (162)
Featherson, Dama 49 (33)
John A. 40
Green 122
John Robert 39
Jonathan 170
Howard 122
Featherston ,Mrs. ill
Fowlks, Mrs. Lizzie Hughes
Harper 49 (33)
Mary E. 40
James 122
Nancy (Mrs.
97 (58)
Jane 122
FeliX, Richard 159
Fox, J.P. 89
Fenney (Finny?), James 166
John) 39
Jane (Mrs.
Frain, Nancy 171
Ferguson, Anderson 156
Sarah (Mrs.
Thomas) 122
Matt ?
156
Fraizer, Nancy 95 (43)
John 122
George) 39
Francis,
Charles 24
Josephus 122
Sam :a:- 143 (99)
William F. 39
Miller 161
William G. 39
Julia Flowers (Mrs.
W.F. 87
Fonbush, Samuel 72
Francisco Family 143 (98)
Loranzo) 122
Ferman, James 126
Frank, Mrs. Richard H. 86
Ferrell, Ella 124
Fonville, Asa 161
Loranzo 122
Franklin, Benjamin 67
Field, (Dr.) Julian C. 32
Dorothy B. (Mrs.
Louisa 12:1
Fielder, Benjamin Franklin 31
Asa) 161
Henry 75
Marinda 122
(Mrs.) Campbe 11 (Mrs.
Ida Moss (Mrs.
Marinda Guest (Mrs.
Foote, Mrs. D.H. 48 (27)
Forbes Family 142 (92)
Benj.) 67
Wi 11 is ) 122
John) 31
Ellen 31
Jeremiah 160
Melissa 122
Forbus Family 142 (92)
John 31
Franks Family 205 (222)
Minerva Patterson (Mrs.
Ford Family 194 & 195 (161)
Franshare, Richard 163
Louisa 31
Wi llis) lZL
197 (174)
Fraser, James 134
Martha 31
Mittie Garret (Mrs.
Angelina Cox (MrS.
Mary 31
William 134
Henry C.) 68
Josephus) 122
Frazier, Abner White 117
Mary Denton (Mrs.
Berrell D. 68
Musandry 122
John) 31
Ann 117
Thomas 122
Bertha C. 68
Samuel P. 31
Barbara Gibbs (Mrs.
Wi 11 is 122
Caroline 68
Samuel) 117
Thompson 31
Evans Family 201 & 202 (200)
Charles L. 68
Fields,
H.
66
Edward 68
Barbara S. 117
Eliza 95 (43)
36,
163
Jr.,
Rev. Beriah 117
David
Fannie Catherine 43
Elias 179
George W. 117
Delila 99 (74)
Elizabeth 68
George 158
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)
Frazier, Julia Emily 117
Mariah Louisa 117
Moses 70
Nicholas G. (Dr.) 117
Paulina 117
Rebecca 117
Samuel 117
Sarah J. 117
Freasher, Re (?) 163
Wm. 163
Freels, Isaac 27
Jesse 27
William 27
Freeman's (Bat. in Civil War)
88, 89, 90
Freeman Family 104, 142 (92),
194 (157), 199 (186)
Mrs. Amanda Roberts 66
Bray 122
Emma 66
J. 187
James 187
James F. 66
John 158
Juliana Harlin (Mrs.
Bray) 122
Milton A. 66
Pvt. Moses 35
Wi lliam A. 66
French, Pvt. John 35
Frensley, William C. 155
Fresher, Gong 163
Freytag, Franz 25
Friar, Robert C. 186
Friebel, Mrs. J. Edward 47 (20)
Frion, Anna 121
Samuel 121
Frogge, Arthur 49 (29)
John 48 (29)
Pricilla Williams (Mrs.
John) 49 (29)
Sarah Jane Williams
(Mrs. Arthur) 49 (29)
Frost, Elijah 157
Samuel 157
Fruman, James 181
Fry, (Dr.) James M. 32
Missouri Caroline Sands
(Mrs. Nimrod Porter)
95 (47)
Nimrod Porter 95 (47)
Fryer, John 163
Fulkerson, Mr. 92
Michael 159
Thomas 156
Fulks, (M or H ?) Sherod 167
Fuller Family- l4C(87)
Fultz Family 204 (217)
Furguson, James 159
-G-
Gailor, Rt. Rev. Thos. F. 12
Gaines, G.S. 169
James 128
Usrey T. 159
Gaitwood, Bury 27
Pemelton 27
Galbreath, A.(Heirs) 23
+ Butler 23
James 23
Malvina 42
V.H. III
Gale, Laura R. (Mrs.
Wm. A.) 164
William A. 164
Gallagher, E. (Mrs. J.) 18
J. 18
James 18
Richard W. 18
Gallaher (Heirs) 28
Abiah 23
Amelia 23
H.B. 24
James 23
James A. 25
Thomas 23
Gallamore, David 24
James 24
Gallaway, James 27
Gallaway, John 27
Galyen, A.S. 174
Hattie 1. 174
John T. 174
Nannie E. Chambers (Mrs.
A.S.) 174
Rosa Lee 174
Gambe 11, Anna 67
Gamble, Andrew 155, 156
James E. 21
J.W. 21
Louisa (Mrs.
Reuben R.) 21
Reuben R. 21
Robert 156, 159
Gamblin Family 145 (Ill)
Gambrull, Henry 134
Gan, 1. 127
John 71
Gandrud, Pauline Jones 116,169
Gann Family 205 (224)
Nathan 70
Gardiner, Laurence (B.) 101,113
Gardiner, Mrs. Laurence Bridges
(Lillian) I, 9, 51,
102, 105, 151
Lillian Johnson (Mrs.
L.B.) 1, 9, 51, 102,
105, 151
Gardner Family 142 (93)
Alfred 170
Calla Booth 178
Edger 178
Frank M. 177, 178
Mrs. H. Guy 142 (93)
Dr. J. Almus 170
Jeptha 170
John 24, 78
Col. John A. 170
Lizie Blanche 178
Mary Cathan 178
Mary Elizabeth 177
Narcissa Ida (Mrs.
Frank M.) 177, 178
Nelson A. 24
Garland, Samuel 129, 183
Garnar, Parish 82
Garner, Brice M. 60
James 71
Jno. 166
Joseph 184
Garrard Family 191 (140)
Garret, Ellen 122
John 25
Jonathan 25
Mittie 122
Garrett Family 122, 142 (92)
Benjamin 158
Elizabeth 122
Jill K. (Author) 33
John 122
Joseph 158
Wm. 166
Garrison Family 162
Gary, Gideon 57
Gassaway, Miss Elizabeth 159
Gaston Family 95 (42)
Gathen, (Miss) J. 65
Gattis, 1, V. 88
Gaugh, John 166
Gauldin Family 149 (131)
Gavin, John 129
Gay, Wm. 170
Gayle, L.W. 90
Gee, Thomas 60
Geehorn?, John 73
Gennings, Jessee 82
Tipton 82
Gentry Family 201 (194)
Gentry, Andrew 122
Eliz. Eubank (Mrs.
Andrew) 122
Emily 164
William 167
George I, II & III (Kings) 110
George Family 196 & 197 (171),
200 (191)
H.P. 89
Jessee 75
Geren Family 194 (159)
Gest, John 160
Russell 160
Gholson, William 40
Gianelloni, Eliz. Becker 113
Gibbon(s), Thomas 156, 158
Gibbons, Rev. Samuel G. 161
Gibbs, Anson 160
Gibbs, Barbara 117
Gibbs & Forister 157
Gibbs, Nicholas 36, 117
Uriah 155
Gibson, Calvin 115
Hugh 166
J.G. 120
Joana 120
Jorden 135
Joseph C. 49 (34)
Mrs. Margaret 115
Maria(h) Walker (Mrs.
Robert) 115
Martha Walker (Mrs.
Calvin) 115
Mary Taylor (Mrs.
Joseph C.) 49 (34)
Matilda 115
Matilda James (Mrs.
J.G.) 120
Robert 16, 115
Roy 115
Gilber, William 167
Gilbert Family 145 (109),
149 (132)
John 158, 166
Jona than 170
Robt. 170
Gilchrist, Malcomb 126
Giles, Holoway 82
Trigg + 190
Gililand, James 82
Gillaspie, David R. 20
Eliza A. (Mrs.
RobertH. (D.?) 20
Robert H. (D.?) 20
Gillespie, Allen 70
Miss Caroline M. 116
Charles 116
Col. Daniel 100 (82)
Mrs. Frances 116
C.G. 94
Rev. John 100 (82)
Lilly Thomas Crabb
(Mrs. Charles) 116
Nancy 100 (82)
Robert Henry 20
V.M. (Mrs. W.H.) 20
W.H. 20
Gillewaters, John E. 177
Paralee Davis (Mrs.
John E.) 177, 178
Gilley, Mrs. Charles 95 (42)
Gilliam, Jr., Mrs. Richard H.
64, 103
Gilliland, William 82
Gillis 33
Gilmer Family 142 (92)
Gilmore, Catharine 59
Nannie 41
Gilpin, Miss Ann 175
James B. 175
Millie Farrar (Mrs.
James B.) 175
Giner, William 24
Ginings, William 63
Ginning, William 82
Girod Family 142 (90)
Gist, Paulina Frazier (Mrs.
R.R.) 117
Mrs. Rebecca 156
R.R. 117
Givin(s), John 182, 183, 186
Givin, William 183
Glasco, Pvt. Robert 35
Glasgow, Mr. (Son-in-Law of
Reuben Edmonson) 170
Corne lius 134
James 9
Glass Family 205 (220)
Jr., Dudley 170
Jo (Mr.) 121
John 78
Susan H. Norman (Mrs.
Jo.) 121
Wiley 78
Glasson Family 149 (129)
Glaze Family 144 (104)
Gleason Family 149 (129)
Edward 157
Gl~en, Alexander
155
Gleeson, Esq. John 155
Esq. Jno. W. 156
Glen, David 157
Glenn, Alexander 159
Mary 160
Esq. William 160
Glover, Allen 169
Jesse 167
Mary Ann Diven (Mrs.
Allen) 169
(Plover?), William 136
Gluslip, William 78
Goad, Aaron 26
Joshua Jr. 26
Goard, A.J. 67
Olivia A. Colville (Mrs.
A.J.) 67
Gobble, J.R. 153
Goddard Family 193 (151)
David 24
Henry P. 24
Nathaniel 24
William 23
Goddin, Judson Chenworth
95 (43)
Malinda Corley (Mrs.
Judson Chenworth)
95 (43)
Godf rey, Jr., Mrs. S. E• 169
Goff, John W. 159
Goforth - Luttrell Family
49 (32)
Samue 1 49 (32)
Going, Sherrid 140
Sophia 140
Golden, J.J. 94
Goldson (Goldston), Charles 56
Goldston (Goldson), Charles 56,
129, 132
Gomer Family 53, 194 (160)
Gooch, Ann E. 22
C.C. (Lum) 22
Etha Pearl 22
Grace (Mrs.
Marshal) 22
Infant (Son of Grace &
Marshal Gooch) 22
Jessie 22
Joseph 157. 158
Lum 22
Marshal (Marshel) 22
William Enloe -22
Goodall, Tishie 171
Goodbread, James Pi-per
Taliaferro 177
Mrs. Nettie Moore 177
Goodrich 127
J.T. 88
Goodwin Family 199 (188)
Gordon, John 24
Gore, William 161
Goss, Coplin 28
Zachariah 21i
Goudy, John C. 136.Robert 136
Gower Family 145 &< 146 (113)
Jr., Able 9Sc (44)
Elizabeth 95' (44)
Obedience Blakely (Mrs.
Able, Jr.) 9'5 (44)
Gracy, Mrs. Susan 155
(Grady?) Crasey, David 134
Grady, Mrs. James Ault 162
Graham Family 141 (88),192 (145)
(Mr.) 60
Elijah 175
Jesse 28
Matthew IT!
Nathaniel 1.58
Esqr., Willi-am 92
Gramercy, Louisana 48 (26)
Graneway, G. 182
J. 182
Granstaff, John 16.-9
Miss LoU'isa 169
Grant Family 197 & 198 (177)
William 158
Grantham, James IS' 7
-216Grantnam,cJohn 157
Grasham, A~ice (Mrs.
::,'J.A.)',··80
, ?
lira.,;, 80,
,"J.A" 80,
Grass, Pvt. George 36
Gr!!ve (?);;IDavLii ,,1>67
Graves Family' ,146 (US),
191 (142),
199 .(188)
A.F.' '178
A.R~
178
Elizabeth Amis (Mrs.
Wm. C., .Sr;) 178
Isabella S. 178
Junr., John 167
Julia A. (Mrs.
W.W.) 178
Katie A.Jones (Mrs.
O.P.) 178
L.W. 178
Mary 178
O.P. 178
(Grove?), Starling 166
W.H. 66
William B. 167
William C. 178
W.W. 178
Gravs, John 167
GrayFai1}ily 137" 142 (94),
..
144 (106), 150
(137), 192(150)
Gray, (Graves?), Burk 167
Elisha 155
George 181
H.C. 45 (5)
John 132,179
J.T. 90
Miner Scales 150 (137)
Grayham, David 28
Grayson, Joseph 78
Greaves, Jimmie B. (Mrs.
S .A.D.)
83
Gen. S.A.D. 83
Green Family 192 (148),
200 (190)
Anderson 27
Andrew 155
Edward 27
"Elga 160
Freenlie 82
James 82
Jesse 155
John 27, 72, 82, 155
Joseph 157
Mashack 27
Solomon 25
Thomas T. 157
William 82, 156, 158
Zachariah 133
Greene, Martha Washington
47 (17)
Nathaniel 47 (17)
Greenway Family 191 (139)
George 128, 182
Joseph 128, 182
Greer Family 145 (109), 201 +
202 (200)
Alexander 180
Daniel 167
James 61, 182, 187
J.J. 88
Joseph 132, 183
Thomas 187
T.V. ,88
Weathers ton 160
Gregg, Jacob 31
Gregler 77
Gregory Family 200 (190)
Eleanor Francis 12
Jane (Mrs.
Thomas) 113
Thomas 113
Gresham, Collins 78
Griffet, John 25
Griffice, Ephraim 24
James A. 24
Griffin (Bat. in Civil War) 87
Griffin's Co. (East Tenn. Militia War-1812) 36
Griffin Family 197 (173)
David 172
Fred 172
Griffin, Grace 172
Jesse 93
Jessie 172
Dr.J.M. 171, 172
John 172
Mollie E. Cox (Mrs.
J.M.) 171
Mollie Mahan (Mrs.
David) 172
Rod 172
Sallie A. 172
Griffing's (Bata11ion, Co. A)
176
Griffith, Andrew 26
Arms ted 26
Daniel 26
Ephraim 27
Dr. J.T. 120
Lindy 27
Polly 26
Susan Rogers (Mrs.
J.T.) 120
William ·26
Griggs 156
Grigsby Family 50 .(41)
Grimmet, Samuel 78
Grimnut, Jun., John 78
Grissom Family 147 (119)
Grogan Family 205 (223)
Groves, C.C. 90
Grundy, Felix 170
John 170
Gudrean, C.F.M. 155
Guest, Betsie Waganer
Springer (Mrs.
Joseph) 122
Blue 122
J.C. 119
Joseph 122
Marinda 122
Guffee, Smith 27
William 27
Willaba 159
Guin, Cornelious 163
John 163
Guinn, Prof. J.M. 42
Guip(?), Isaac 125
Guip, John 125
Gum, Etta S. 122
Gunn, J.H. 88
Mrs. W.B. 103
Gunnolds, Joseph 70
Gunnols, J.I.e. 70
Wm. 70
Gunter, H.W. 88
Gurley, O.T. 178
Guy, H.A. (Mrs.
M.W.) 44
Hester Ann (Mrs.
Martin) 44
Martin 44
Martin W. 44
M.W. 44
Valeria Susan 44
Gwaltney, John 180
Gwin Family 142 (90)
Gwinn, Wm. M. 42
-HHackel 131
Hackett + Early (Authors) 33
Hackler, Hiram 24
Hackworth, James W. 72
Haddock Family 197 (172)
Hadson, Isaac 157
Hagenstad, Mrs. V. 85
Hager, Samuel 73
Haggard, Blackstone (Howl?)
157
Henry 163
James M. 160
Miss Leeann .R. 156'
Nathan 155,. 156, 161
Haggerd, Henry 73
Haggins, Valentine 188
Hagin,Richard 133
Hagler Family 203 (207)
Hail, John 130
Tolbot 167
William 167
Hailey, Eveline 41
Halbert, J.C. 88
Hale Family 137, 192 (150)
Josiah C. 55
T.C. 62
Wm. (Heirs) 134
Haley, E. 24, 28
Halfacre, John 159
Hall Family 146 (117), 192 (146),
193 (151), 152);
195 (164), 196 (166),
204 (219), 205 (221)
Alvira Pugh (Mrs.
Jos. W.) 152
Andrew J. 24
Berta 119
Caroline 99 (75)
Chloe (Mrs.
Martin)?) 50 (40)
David 27, 28
Davis 25
Elijah 25, 27
Elisha 25
Elvira Pugh (Mrs.
Joseph) 118
Erin 119
Flavia 119
Garret Jun. 27
George 27
J.M. (Jr.) 119
Judge J.M. (Sr.) 118
Judge J.N. 152
John 25, 118
John M. 24
Joseph W. 118, 152
Joshua 183
Leti tia (Mrs.
Samuel)?) 50 (40)
Lida Hamill (Mrs.
J.M.) 118
Luke 27
Maria(h) Mills (Mrs.
Thos. Dow) 98 (67)
Martin 50 (40)
Next H. 119
R.G. 119
Samuel 24, 50 (40)
Thomas Dow 98 (67)
Mrs. Van 118
William 28
Wm. S. 160
Hamblen, Pvt. Thomas 36
Hamblet, Berry 159
Hambleton, John 133
Hamblin, Peter 160
Hambright, John W. 24
Hamburgs (Thornburg?),
Richard 75
Hamby, Andrew 24
Eli 78
Elijah 27
Jeremiah 25
Corp'l J .M. 80
John 25
Julius 24
Levi 24, 27
Lewis 25
Reuben 24, 27
Rial 25
Russel 27
Thomas 28
Thomas A. 24
Hamill, Lida 118
Dr. R.G. 118
Hamilton Family 150 (135),
191 (139),
203 (205) ,206)
Catherine 50 (41)
DavId 62
David C. 50 (41)
E. 58
Ellen Cowan (Mrs.
Joshua) 50 (41)
Frances (S oF.) 50 (41)
Israel 50 (41)
James 35, 134
James C. 50 (41)
J.B. 88
Joshua 50 (41)
J.P. 88
K.
90
Sarah 50 (41)
S.F. (Frances) 50 (41)
Wm. 170
Hamlett Family 146 (116)
Hammer, Elisha 69
Wm. 69
Hammers, Mrs. Foste B. 113
Marian G. 53
Hammock, John 158
Hammond, Hiram 180
W. A. 103
Wm. 155
Hampton's Co. (East Tenn. Mi litia
War-1812) 36
Hampton Family 146 & 147 (118) ,
197 (173)
Elizabeth Webb (Mrs.
John L.) 49 (31)
John 1. 49 (31)
N.H. 48 (28)
O.V. 49 (31)
Wade 103
Hancock Family 96 (52)
Abbott 181
Benjamin 96 (52)
Elizabeth 96 (52)
Mrs. Juanita 197 & 198
(177), 199 (185)
Nehemiah 61
Robert 164
Hand, Miss 175
Handershe11, Henry 133
Handy, James 71
Hanes, W. 158
Christopher 74
Haney Family 195 (165)
Sam 88
Hankins Family 144 (108),
145 (108)
Carter T. 48 (26)
John Alexander 31
Lucy Austin (Mrs.
Carter T.) 48 (26)
Martha G. Albright (Mrs.
Wm. Harrison) 48 (26)
P. 180
Robert W. 48 (26)
Sarah S. Albright (Mrs.
Robert W.) 48 (26)
William H. 48 (26)
William Harrison 48 (26)
Hanna, Elizabeth 42
Jesse M. 60
John 170
Hannah Family 45 (8)
(Mr.) 73
Elizabeth 45 (8)
James 134
John Doak 134
Polly 73
Hanner,Eliz. 100 (82)
Hannis?, Samuel 186
Ha;Bucker, Annie 119
J .B. 119
Hany, Francis 133
Haralson, Joseph T. 187
Hard (?), W. 184
Hardaway 107
Hardeman, (Mr.) 56, 57
Mrs. H.D. (nee
Nicho Ison) 84
Thomas 1. 61
Harden, Johnson 78
Pvt. William P. 35
Hardiman, Bau1dy 180
Hardin, Calloway 170
Sen., John 133
Sr., Jos. 133
Hardison, Dr. S.T. 88
Hardwick Family 193 (153)
Charles 69
Pleasant 139, 140
Rebecca C. 100 (83)
Thomas 69
Wm. 69
Hardy, Mrs. A.M. 114
John E. 114
Susan Leeper (Mrs.
Wm.) 98 (70)
Wm. 98 (70)
Hare Family 200 (190)
Hargis Family 142 (92)
2nd Lt. Demetrie 31
James 156
Pvt. J. Rufus 31
Harison, John 23
H~r1ey, William H.
167
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)
)
Harlin, Alexander 171
Alice 122
Arminda 122
Bertie 122
Calvin 171
Carmie 122
Dow 122
Eliza Ann Welch (Mrs.
Calvin) 171
George 122, 171
Isaac 171
James 171
Jennie 171
John 122, 171
John Bransford 122
Joseph 122
Juliana 122
Kansas 122
Lee 122
Lizzie Stringer (Mrs.
Varney) 122
Lucinda 122
Lucy 171
Margaret Patterson (Mrs.
Kansas) 122
Martha (Miss) 122
Mellisa Eubank (Mrs.
Samuel S.) 122
Molly Epperson (Mrs.
Stephen) 122
Nancy (Mrs.
Samuel) 171
Nancy Comer (Hrs.
Isaac) 171
Nancy Fitchpatrick (Mrs.
Samuel) 122
Nancy Frain (Mrs.
Alex.) 171
Polly Crawford (Mrs.
James) 171
Polly Meadow (Mrs.
John) 122
Ruth Springer (Mrs.
George) 122, 171
Sallie 122
Samuel 122, 171
Samue 1 S. 122
Stephen(s) 122, 171
Tishie Goodall (Mrs.
Stephens) 171
Varney 122
Wesley 122
Zettie 122
Zillah 122
Harlly, Joel 159
Harman (Harmon) Family 147(123)
Lewis 73
Harmon (Harman) Family 147(123)
Allen 161
Capt. Jacob 73, 74
Nancy (Mrs.
Allen) 161
Harness, Shadrack 28
Harnnon (Hammon?). William 166
Harp, Joseph 49 (36)
Harper's Ferry Family (Harper)
49 (33)
Harper, Elijah 158
William 82
Harril, William 75
Harrington, Peter 130
Harris Family 145 (111). 148
(126) ,193 (155),
194 (155), 197
(173), 197 + 198
(177), 199 (185),
200 (189)
Harris, A.B. 67
Abner 170
Dasen
158
Eliz. Herod (Mrs.
Joseph A.) 174
Eliz. Jack (Mrs.
W.H.) 122
Isham H. 175
Jackson 160
J.D. 87
J.M. 89
Mrs. John 1
Rev. John C. 116
Harris, Joseph A. 174
Lucinda R. 119
Macajah 159
Margaret 172
Margarete 40
Martha 170
Martha Colville (Mrs.
A.B.) 67
Nathaniel 130, 167
R.C. 88
Robert ISS, 167
Samuel 179, 186
T.F. 88
Washington 159
W.H. 122
William 158, 167
William B. 116
Harrison Family 148 (125),
149 (130)
197 + 198 (177)
Dale, (Mrs.
?
Mathew) 50 (41)
James 28, 135, 175
Co 1. James 17 3
John 125
Col. John H. 84
John W. 158
Martha Jackson (Mrs.
James) 175
Mary Elizabeth Deaton
(Mrs. Wm. H. (B)?)
46 (13)
Mary Mason Nicholson
(Mrs. John H.) 84
Robert 57
Robert P. 126
William H. (B.?) 46 (13)
Hart. Andrew 78
Jane 48 (29)
Jesse 24
J .H. 119
Nancy O. Ball (Mrs.
J.H.) 119
Hartgraves, (Mr.) 60
John 125
Hartly, Hamelton 23
Hartly, James 23
Harvey Family 145 (109), 197
(176), 201 (194),
205 (223)
Mrs. (Author) 162
Mrs. Andy 155
Godfrey 70
Oney S. 128
Thomas 70
Harvison, Reubin 82
Harvy, John 72
Hash(?), James 131
Haskew, Miss Eula 46 (10)
Hasley, Conrad 115
Elizabeth 115
Hastin, James A. 160
Hatcher Family 148 + 149 (128),
193 (151)
Amos 93
Danny R. 102
John E. 32
Lo renzo D. 158
Louise Eliz. McCracken
(Mrs. John E.) 32
Lucy (Margaret) 46 (17)
Nancy Vick (Mrs.
Amos) 93
Wm. 163
Hatfield, Encus 24
Joseph 24, 25
Hathaway, Hannah 50 (37)
Hatley, Josiah 61
Hausen Family 197 (173)
Hawkins Family 143 (96),
191 (140)
(Mr.) 180
Joseph 156
Ralph 113
Sarah 113
Haworth, George 70
James 70
John 70
Mahlon 70
Susannah 31
Hawpe, Corinna E. 120
Edgar H. 120
Edner E. 120
John R. 120
Minnie M. 120
Nannie Heath Linn (Mrs.
John R.) 120
Nannie J. 120
Col. Tresvant 120
Haws, Ann 96 (51)
Hay's (Reg. in Civil War) 90
Hayes, Amanda 171
Hayle, William 126
Hayman Family 145 (112)
Haynes Family 202 (202)
Mrs. Celia 155, 156
+ Files 117
Hays Family 147 (119)
Henry 160
John 24. 72
Robert 60
William 72, 73
Hayse, James 133
Haywood's (Hist. of Tenn.) 5
Haze, William 27
Head, Danie 1 W. 60
Headerick, Bernard C. 138
Campbell 138
James 138
John 138
Juliana (Mrs.
James?) 138
Jane 138
Louisa (Mrs.
Bernard C.?) 138
Martha 138
Nelson 138
Orosen 138
Peggy 138
Perry 138
Rachel Barnard (Mrs.
John) 138
Wiley 138
William 138
Headrick Family 191 (143)
Heaner, Mrs. R. Russell 97 (61)
Heard, Allen 173
Clyde L. 173
Felix 173
George L. 173
Katherine Wright (Mrs.
George L.) 173
Mary 173
W.F. 173
Heartless Family 205 (220)
Heath, Adam 121
Christopher 120
Sen., John 156
Julia B. 121
Martha Christian (Mrs.
Adam) 121
Nannie 120
Hedge, Robert 136
Hedgecoth, H.K. 80
Hedgeorn, Esq., William 157
Hedley, Blake 164
Joseph 163
Heiss, Willard 31, 33, 152
Hellman, Eunice Polk Norton
(Mrs. George H.) 12
George H. 12
He llums, Pvt. George 35
Helm(s) Family 148 (127)
Helm, Mrs. Clifford 148 (127)
Hembra, James 1. 160
Hembre, J.J. 24
Hemphill, Mrs. Dan B. 143 (96)
Hempstead, Joshua 22
Henderson Family 45 (2),(7);
146 (116),
150 (134)
Andrew 73
B.L. 87
Charles W. 45 (7)
Ephriam 45 (7)
Fannie 45 (2)
Gideon 45 (7)
Ira B. 45 (7)
James 24, 45 (7),
74, 163
John 45 (7), 72.
Henderson, Joseph 74, 127
Manse 1 45 (7)
Margaret Agnew (Mrs.
Wm.) 45 (7)
Narcissa 45 (7)
Nat 1+9 (36)
Robert 74, 163
Thomas 130
Tyree 45 (7)
William 45 (7), 71,
163, 183
William H. 62
William S. 61
Wilson 45 (7)
Hendon, Ellet 75
Hendrich, Thomas 133
Hendricks, John 175
Mary J. Jackson (Mrs.
John) 175
Solomon 70
Hendricks (?), Wm. 165
Hendrix, Austen H. 27
Luke 25
Sarah J. (Mrs.
W.H.) 18
W.H. 18
Hendy, Isaac 179
Henry VIII (King) 110
Henry Family 204 (219)
Henry, James L. 167
John 156
Mary Ellen 98 (68)
Henry (Haney?), Thomas B. 166
Henry, William 62, 75, 131, 166
Herald, Elijah 78
Herbert, Eliz. Cummins (Mrs.
James H.) 120
James H. 119, 120
Robert H. 119
Herbst, Mrs. Helen Heine 99 (73),
196 (167)
Hereford, R.S. 87
Herin (Herron?), John 99 (75)
Mary A. McCulley
(Mrs. John)
99 (75)
Hern Family 143 (98), 195 (165)
Herod, Charles F. 174
Charles W. 174
Corne lia 174
Elizabeth 174
174
George L
Hannah Ratcliffe (Mrs.
James) 174
James 174
James 1. 174
Jane 174
John 163
JohnF. 174
Levina 174
Martha 174
Mary 174
Matilda C. 174
Nannie E. Chambers Galyen
(Mrs. John F.) 174
Parmilia A. 174
Prudence A. 174
Sarah 174
Sarah Anderson (Mrs.
John F.) 174
Herold, Mrs. Robert E. 100 (82)
Herren Family 197 (173)
Herron (see Herin) 99 (75)
WilliamW. 167
Hester (Huter?), Henry 167
Hewet, Robert 159
Hibbit, Mrs. Jane Eubank 122
Hibbler, Mary Francis 12
Hickerson, John 135
Hickey, Joseph 78
Hickle, George 74
Hickman, Elliott 181
Hicks Family 202 (204)
Hicks, Alex 164
A.N. 167
David 82
Harrison 166
John 135, 166
JohnW. 23
Polly L. 23
-218Hicky, Joshua (Maj.) 157, 160
Higginbotham Family 162
Mr. Jay 162
J.H. 87
Higgins, Valentine 188
Hightower, Miss Mary V. 66
Matilda Perkerson
(Mrs. V.N.) 66
Richa'rd 186
V.N; 66
Hiland, Polly 50 (37)
Hill, Alonzo Turner 95 (47)
Hill, Annie Sperry 12
Barnet 79
Benjamin 58
Burd 125
Caleb 167
Clemence 65
Edward D. 158
Elizabeth Mayfield (Mrs.
James) 65
James 65
Jesse M. 65
Hill + Loftin 186
Mary Ann Dugger (Mrs.
Alonzo Turner) 95 (47)
Moses 167
Nancy G. (Mrs.
Barnet) 79
Pvt. Richard 35
Sami. 63
Pvt. Spencer 36
Stephen D. 157
William 179
W.J. 88
Hillis, Wm. 170
Hinds, Minerva A. 80
Sarah 47 (19)
Hiner, Joseph 122
Mahala J. Jack (Mrs.
Joseph) 122
Hines, Frederick B. 93
George H. 74
Joe 89
Joseph 93
Lois Davidson (Mrs.) 104
Mrs. Mary 39
Mary Ann 93
Hinnant, Stephen 56
Hirder, Michael 28
Hirschauer, Mrs. Grace 152
Hise (Hiso?) 47 (18)
Hise, Fanny (Mrs.
Jacob) 47 (l8)
Jacob 47 (l8)
Margaret 47 (18)
Hiso, (see Hise) 47 (18)
Hitchcock, Wm. 155
Hix, Fannie Donohoo (Mrs.
Howard) 174
G.B. 174
Howard 174
M.J. (Mrs. G.B.) 174
Hixon, William 28
Hobson, Davison 167
Mrs. Sally Lee Nicholson 84
Younger 167
Hockett, Jesse 69
Joseph 69
Hodge, Abner 170
Hodges, Anderson 155
Edmund 24
Eliga 63
Frances 32
Jesse 63
Senr., Jessee 180
John 185
Mrs. Luke 98 (72)
Nadine 3
Hoffman, Ada Ince (Mrs.
W.A.) 175
Jacob 158
W.A. 175
Hogan Family 49 (35)
Hogan, Mr. Cleo Greer 49 (35),
64
Edward 49 (35), 134
Hogan, Harriett (Mrs.
Howard) 49 (35)
Howard 49 (35)
Humphrey 6,49 (35)
Lucinda 49 (35)
"Pdlly" (Mary) 49 (35)
Mary 49 (35)
Richard 49 (35)
Hogg Family 194 & 195 (161)
Hogg, JohnB. 179, 182, 184
Hoggatt, James W. 164
Mary Ann (Mrs.
James W.) 16'4
Sandefer 164
Hogin, Edward 133
Hogue, James 75, 78
Holcomb{e) Family 200 (190)
Holdaway, Mrs. Mary Trent 42
Holden Family '200(189)
Holeman, Daniel 78
Holifield Family 197 (176)
Holladay, David 60
Holland Family 193 (155),
194 (l55)
Arminda Harlin (Mrs.
M.S.) 122
Harrison 159
Jas. 87
M.S. 122
R.T. 94
Hollaway, James 25
Joseph 25
M.B. 27
Middleton 26
Moses 25
Rebecca 25
Robert 25
Hollimon 100 (82)
Hollinger, P.C. 115
Peggie Webb (Mrs.
P.C;) 115
Hollis Family 203 (210)
Elizabeth 32
Frances Hodges (Mrs.
Micajah) 32
Harvey 32
James C. 32
Jeremiah 32
Jesse 32
John D. 32
Mary Ann 32
Matilda 32
Micajah (Micaijah) 32, 63
Nancy M. 32
William G. 32
Holloman 100 (82)
Holloman, George Robert
100 (82)
Phoebe Fincher (Mrs.
Geo. Robert) 100 (82)
Holloway Family 49 (34)
Holloway, Dama Featherson
Sims (Mrs. Wm.) 49 (33)
Ruth 49 (34)
Vermillion 49 (34)
William 49 (33)
Hollowell, Mrs. C.Q. 200 (192)
Holman, James T. 156, 159, 161
Holmes Family 53
Holmes,' Mrs. Eliz. Frances
Stone 77
Holston, John 78
Holston, William 78
Holt, Isabella Perkins (Mrs.
John) 93
John 93
Holtzclaw Family 153
Homer, John 165
Homes, Pvt. Joseph 36
Honea Family 143 (98)
Honey Family 141 (84), 143
(98), 195 (l65)
Honeycut, Allen 24
John 24
Honney Family 143 (98)
Hood (Gen.) 65
Hood, Tunis 181
Hoodenpyle, Catherine J. 65
Hoodenpyle, Peter 65
Hooker Family 198 (181)
B.B. 103
R.T. 103
Hooks, James 166
Hooper Family 147 (121)
Joseph 128, 129
Robert 23
Hoover (Huber) Family 193 (152)
Hoover, A.C. 158
Hope Family 142 (90)
Eli 166
Hopkin, Thomas 130
Hopkins, David 70
Lahugh(?) 166
R. 103
Horbert, Nathaniel 92
Hord, William 185
Horn Family 144 (108),
145 (l08)
Horn, David 21
E.J.C. (Mrs. David) 21
Horn (Hain, House:), Josua 167
Horn, Mart~n 75
Horn (Norge?), Tom 167
Hornbeak, James 170
Horner, Freddie 21
J.R. 22
Mary L. (Mrs.
J.R.) 22
Horton Family 192 (148)
Pvt. Caleb 35
George 170
John 170
Hoskins, Simerel 27
Hosler, Levi G. 28
Hoss, Selina 66
Hotchkiss, H~K. 168
Jared 168
Houck, Mrs. Merlyn 45 (8),
96 (51),
145 (111),
194 (158)
Houk's Co. (East Tenn. Militia
War - 1812) 36
House, Elizabeth (See Eliz.
House Trice) 40
Minnie E. 173
Houston Family 200 (192)
Archibald 166
Betsy Young (Mrs.
Placebo) 15
Christopher 15
General (Sam) 15
James 15, 167
John (Sr.) 15
John (Jr.) 15
John (III) 15
Lillias 15
Martha Duval 15
Miss Martha Lou 9
Patience Bills (Mrs.
James (II) 15
Placebo 15
Robert 15
(Gen.) Sam 104
Samuel (II) 15
Sarah 15
Sarah Mitchell (Mrs.
Christopher) 15
Howard Family 200 (189)
Anderson 28
Charles H. 178
George D. 28, 160
Igna tious 160
Isaac 25, 27
James 44
Jesse 27
John 27
John C. (G?) 19
Joseph 27
Mrs. Lassie Moore 177
Lewis 27
Miss Margaret 200 (189)
Mimucan H.' 61
Nathan Jun. 27
Nathan Sr. 27
Pleasant 28
Howard, Samuel Jr. 27
Samuel (Sen.) 27, 78
William 27, 159
Winefred (Mrs.
J.W.) 44
Howel (Powel?), William 167
Howell's Co. (East Tenn. Militia
War - 1812) 36
Howell Family 143 (97), 198 (182)
Howl, Blackston (Haggard?) 157
John T. 82
Hoyal's Co. (East Tenn. Militia
War - 1812) 36
Hubbard Family 53, 203 (207)
Capt. 68
Anderson 48 (24)
Benjamin 48 (24)
James (Jr.?) 48 (24)
Col. James 48 (24)
Joseph 181
Prudence 172
Robert 48 (24)
Huber (Hoover) Family 193 (152)
Huddleston, Simon 125
Hudgeous, Benjamin 158
Hudleston, David 156
HudsonFamily 142 (93)
Dr. C.P. 174
E.C. (Mrs. T.W.) 44
Elizabeth G. 44
George 157
Isaac 155
John C. 157
(Hudson(?), Kate (see Kate
Johnson (Mrs. J.C.) 44
Hudson, Mattie Welborn (Mrs.
C.P.) 174
T.W. 44
Thomas W. 44
Zadich 166
Hudspeth, Catherine 69
Giles ]82, 184
John 181
Huey, James K. 103
Huffman, Pvt. John 36
Huggins, John 170
Hughes, Allen D. 97 (58)
Brice M. 97 (58)
Lizzie 97 (58)
Thomas 60, 126
William M. 97 (58)
Hughey Family 142 (90)
Thomas 184
Hughlet, Toliver 125
Hughlett, James 58
Hughs, Jessee 135
Moses 78
Huguen?t Families 95 (42), 118,
152
Hugue~ct Records (in England) 112
Human, Housley 27
Pres ton 27
Humbles, A.J. 89
Humbs, Thomas 74
Humphrey Family 142 (90)
Huney Family 143 (98)
Hunnicutt, John 5
Hunt Family 199 (188), 200 (191)
Hannah 172
Mimacan 128
S. 94
Hunt(?), Wm. W. 156
Hunter Family 195 (164)
Adam 130
Ben 83
Benjamin 155, 159
Dudley 156
Estelle 84
Helen Myers (Mrs.
William) 176
John 126
Leah (Mrs. Ben) 83
Mary 172
William 156, 159, 176
Hurlett, William 183
Hurst Family 191 (143)
Artie (Mrs. Bennie C.) 17
Bennie C. 17
-219-
Hurst, Robert 27
Simere1 27
Simese1 27
Torn Jeff
17
Wes1y 27
Westley 27
Hurt, Albert 25
Huson, Richd 167
Hussey Family 141 (87)
Huston's Co. (East Tenn. Militia War - 1812) 36
Huston, __arid 167
Thomas 78
Hutchens, Sarah 156
Hutcherson, Mrs. (Author) 162
Mrs. Ernest 37, 70,
81, 91, 139,
155, 168
Hutcheson Family 46 (10)
Charles 46 (10)
C.S. 77
Frances Perrne1ia
Collier 77
Joe 77
O.P. 175
William 27
Hutchinson, Pvt. Reuben 36
Hutson, Abel 159
lssom? 166
& Sons 158
Hutton, Ben 66
Elizabeth Branch (Mrs.
Ben) 66
Fannie F. Welborn (Mrs.
J.K.) 174
J.K. 174
Hyde, Mrs. Byron 102
Hylton Family 197 (174)
-1-
Ince, Ada 175
George P. 175
G.W. 175
Hila J. 175
John 175
John C. 175
Lottie 175
'\:amuel W. 175
Sarah Ann Calvert (Mrs.
G.W.) J.75
Sarah M. 175
Sarah Stockton (Mrs.
Wm. M.) 175
Thomas R. 175
William M. 175
Indians (" 7
Ingram, Aa ron 78
Thomas 60
William 60
Inman, Berry 82
Elizabeth 96 (54)
Green 82
Henry 82
Josephine Jackson (Mrs.
Marion) 175
Marion 175
Innes Family 204 (213)
Irby Family 46 (11), 145 (109),
201 & 202 (200)
Irvin Family 142 (93), 143 (95)
Irvine Family 142 (95), 143 (95)
Irving, Mrs. R. (?) 67
Irwin Family 142 (95), 143 (95)
Fletcher 159
John 188
Thomas 160
Isacks, Hon. J.C. 158
Isbell, Calie 99 (75)
Isbels, Levi 163
Muler 163
Wi lliam 163
Isham, Sen., Elijah 155
Ishena1, Isaac 72
Isom, Charles 156
Mrs. Serena 156
Ivey, Martha (Scott) 120
-J-
Jenkins Family 150 (136)
Mrs. (nee Nicholson)
Jack Family 53
83
Alice 122
Ja's 155
Drewci11a T. 122
James H. 156, 157, 159
Elizabeth 122
Jane 171
E1iz. Garrett (Mrs.
John 57, 170, 183
Wm.) 122
Samuel 55
James 122
Simpson + 159
Jane 122
Jennings Family 205 (220)
Jeremiah 122
Edward 180
John 122
James 82, 167
John F. 189
John 63
Mahala J. 122
McNabb 82
Margaret 122
Thomas 82
Margaret Willhoit (Mrs.
Wm. M. (7) 157
Wm.) 122
W.Z. 90
Patrick 122
Jerman, Robt. 163
Robert 122
Shadr. 163
Robert H. 122
Jernegan, David 58
Samuel 122
Jernigan, Clement 85
Samuel H. 122
David 85
Thomas 28
Isaac 85
William 122
Samue 1 85
Jackson Family 147 (121),
Thomas 85
194 & 195 (161),
William 85
195 (165)
Jesbel, Levi 75
(Gen. Andrew) 35, 86,
Jestice, Squire 23
Jestus, Abraham 24
117
(Gen.) Andrew 169
John 24
Ann Gilpin (Mrs.
Joseph 24
David R.) 175
Larkin 24
Brice 174
Sarah 24
David 156
Jetton, Lillian 96 (53)
David R. 174
Rebecca 96 (53)
Elizabeth 174
Jiggetts, Meta 84
Elizabeth Ann Preston
Jillson, Willard~. 52
(Mrs. Hugh) 46 (17)
Jinning" Robert 63
Fannie 175
Jobe, Adeline Young (Mrs.
Hattie 175
Frank) 96 (48)
Hugh 46 (17)
Frank 96 (48)
J.A. 114
Har,. Jackson (Ers.
John 157
Wm. H.) 175
John A. 114
William H. 175
Johnson Family 53, 1/,', (; 05)
John W. 175
Josephine 175
148 + ~Lf~· ("i2f),
Katie Lou 114
203 (207)
Lucy Lee 175
Cd. 120
Esq. or Lory Whitley
M.A. (Mrs. J.A.) 114
Martha 175
158
Martha W. 174
A.D. 90
Mary 175
And. 155
Mary J. 175
Benj. 163
Ma ry Ray (Mrs.
Mrs. Charles 48 (24)
Brice) 174
Case ' 31
Phi lip w·. (;2
Co 1lis t i a 120
(Heirs), P.W. 187
D.
81
Richard 114
Daniel 57
David 158
Robert 132
Spencer T. 114
Jacob 185
Thomas 155, 157
James M. 28
William G. 174
John 160
Kate (Mrs . .ToC.) 44
James I (King) 110
Madison 1(0
James II, King 110
Miss Margaret 156
James Family 149 & 150 (133)
Mrs. C. C. 48 (28)
(Mrs.) ~lartha J. 41
(Dr.) Enoch P. 32
Martin 129
Mary 96 (50)
Jane 119
Jesse Herndon 32
Ma tthew R. 28
Micajah 156
James (Janes?), Mrs. Lucinda
Mrs. 01a A. 97 (65)
Young 96 (48)
Matilda 120
R.C. 103
Missouri Ann Cleaver (Mrs.
Mrs. Reed 99 (76), 152
Jesse Herndc-n) 32
Mrs. S. 71
Sam 155
Wi lliam 157
Jamison, Thomas 134
Sam'l 156
Janes, James D. 175
Sara 115
Janes (James?), Mrs. Lucinda
Thomas 55
Young 96 (48)
Is t Lt. Tho'TIas.J. 35
Wi lliam 78
Jankens (Flanker?), Wilton F. 16(;
.larrell, Mrs. C.P. 142 (90)
Wm. H. 170
Johnston Family 145 (109)
Jarvis, Cornelius 159, 160
John 158
Anna J. 175
.lay Family 145 (Ill)
Jr., Hugh B. 38, 93
Jean, T.A. 89
Samue 1 72, 78
Jeffress Family 146 (116)
Tilman 182
Jolly Family 203 (206)
Jelks, I1rs. (nee Nicholson) 83
Jemeson, John 74
Jones Family
137, 142 (95),
143 (95), 147 (122),
148 & 149 (128),
194 (158), 195 (162)
Abel 187
Andrew 116
Arabella 116
Esq., B. 156
Berry 155
Blair 162
Byram 155
Byrlin 159
Calvin 132
Charlotte Secrease (Mrs.
Stephen) 169
Clarissa C. Sevier (Mrs.
John) 116
Darling 70
Ebenezer 157
Edgar 175
Edmund 59
Eli 187
Dr. El ias 3
Elijah 129
E1izaheth 137
Elizabeth Margaret (Mrs.
Wm. Watts) 164
Emery 171
Eveline Patrick (Mrs.
Samuel) 169
Henry 157
Hezekiah 166
H.W. 25
Israel 170
James 23
Rev. J.E. 19
Jeremiah
24
Jesse 59
John 24, 36, 116
John G. 159
John W. (M.?) 166
Jolly 116
Joseph 155, 159
J oR.
77
Kathleen Paul 116, 169
Katie A.
178
Laura Thos. Nicholson (I~rs.
Thos. Nelson) 84
Lewi s 25
Lina Whee ler (Mrs.
Peyton) 121
Lydia Bales (Y!rs.
Emery) 171
(McCurdy?) 77
Maria 175
Martha A. (Mrs.
T.H.) 39
Miss ~ary Sneed 86
Matthew 93
Mattie Crowe (Mrs.
J.E.) 19
Peyton 121
Rily 159
Roberta Terry Mooney 77
Sallie 121
Samuel 169
Samuel H. 24
Mrs. Sarah T. Denton 173
Shadrack 25
Solomon 62
Stephen 169
T.H. 39
Thomas 63, 134, 155
Thomas H.
94
Thomas H.M. 153
Thomas Ne lson
84
\o/arren T.
23
Wash. or Jos. 159
William 25, 116
William Wa tts 164
Wi llie 130
Zachariah 156
Jons, Ezikiel 166
Jonson, Benjamin 27
Jopling, Florence L. 17
Virgie A.
17
Jordan Family 45 (4)
Cicely (Mrs. Samuel)
45 (4)
-220-
Jordan, Rev. J. M. 90
Dr; L. W, 161
Mary A. 161
Samuel 45 (4)
Joyce Fam}+y, 45 (6)
Flora 45 (6)
William 45(6)
Joyner, Thomas 56
Julian, IssaS '78'
Junkin 77
..
Jurden, John 167
Jutson, Richard 159
K yha~dal, Mathew 133
Kan, Andr. ' 73
Kanatsor, Abraham 158
Karnobar, Alexander H. 157
Karr, Andrew 160
m 166
Katey ?,
Kathcart,-pvr. Joseph 36
Kealough, Samuel 125
Kearney Family 150 (137)
Keaselig, Joh~ S. 166
Keath, Alexander 73
Wi'11iam 73
Keathly, Samuel H. 160
Keebler, ,Ann Haws (Mrs,"
John) 96 (51) ,
Rev. Jacob 96 (51)
John 96 (51)
Mary Young (Mrs.
Jacob) 96 (51)'
Keele (Keel, Kell, Kellee)
Family 148 (124)
Thomas A. 148 (124)
Keener, Martin 155
Keesee Family 204 (219)
Keethly, Henry 159
Keeton, Elijah 28
Keith, G.W. 25
ToB. 88
W.H. 87
Kelfe (?) 131
Keller Family 205 (220)
KelleY Family 205 (220)
Dennis 96 (55)
Eliz. Thompson (Mrs.
Dennis) 96 (55)
Frances (Fanny) 96 (55)
Jessheca 163
Jno. 163
John M.96 (55)
Kellum, Henry 95 (44)
Martha (Mrs.
Henry) 95 (44)
Mary ,Anoia "Pollyll
95 (44)
"Polly"(Mary Anne)
95 (44)
Kelly, Daniel M. 24
Emily Jane 32
James 24
John 188
(Dr.) L. 32
Esqr., Saml. 82
Kelsey, Ann (Mrs. Robert) 12
Mathew, 75
Robert 12
Kelso, Charlotte McKamy 104
Kembroe, Joseph 25
Kemmer, Andrew R. 28
Kemp, F.A. 170
Zelphy 70
Kemper Family .199 (184)
Kenda 11, Peter 85"
Kenida, Charles 155
Kenmore, Wm.? 165
Ke;:;:nedy, Annie" Stout (Mrs.
Jesse) 176
James Senr. 37
Rev. Jesse 176
Jim 170
John 163
(Dr.) John T. 32
Kenney, Lampkin 24
Kenon (Renan?), John 166
Kerby, Richard 158
Kerlin Family 103,
Kern,:Eliza liS
Kernodle, George 18, 19
Martha 19
Kerr, Andrew '73
Catherine Kilpatrick
(Mrs. H.M.) 1'J~
Rev. H.M. 19
Josep 157
Mary E. 20
Richard 73
R.W. 20
William 25, 156, 157
Kerry,Joseph 157
Ruben 157'
Ketcherside, John 156
Ketler (Trotter?), Joseph 166
Key, John P. '173
Mary C,. King (Mrs.
John P.) 173
Kidd Family 201 (194)
J.T. 90
Kidwell, Silas 160
Kile, William 166
Kilgore Family 170
Killebrew Family 170
Killingsworth, Wm. B. G. 179
Kilmer, Mr. 95 (43)
(Mrs.) Mary Eliz.
Daggs ,95 (43)
Kilpatrick, Catherine 19
Rev. J.D. 19
Kilzer, Lavinia 41
Tennie 41
Kimber + Sharpless 76
Kimble, Alexander 49 (35)
Lucinda Hogan' 49 (35)
Kimbrough, Rev. I.B. 68
Joseph 127
Joseph Jun. 25
Josie 68
Robert 25
William 25
Kincaid Family 141 (85),
146 (117),
196(166)
Kincannon, Elizabeth (Mrs.
James) 161
James 161
Kincheloe Family 192 (150)
Kindel, John 180
Kindred, John 25
Thomas J. 25
Thornton 25
Kindrick, Matilda 70
Samuel 25, 80
King's Co. (East Tenn. Militia
War - 1812) 36
King Family 191 (140)
Austin A. 55
King & Co., Doherty 190
Trigg 190
King, 1st Lt. Edward 36
Elizabeth L. (Mrs.
Wm. G.) 173
Emma 173
'
Fannie M. 17.3,
Florence O. 173
FrancisF. 173
George H. 173
Henry B. 18, 21
James H. 173
John Bo. (S,?) 173
John S. 173
Joseph 25, 159
Lucy Seagrest (Mrs.
James H.) 173
& Martin 73; 74
Marie L. 173
Mary 169
Mary C. 173
Mary J. Tate (Mrs.
John R. (S.?) 173
Minnie E. House (Mrs.
Thomas G.) 173
Nancy (Mrs,. Walter) 161
Nancy J. McGuire (Mrs.
William J.) 173
P.R. 173
Ladd, Martha J. 176
Nancy Dalton (Mrs.
Wm. H.) 176
Wm. 94
William H. 176
Ladnier Family 162
LaFever, Zachariah 159
Lain, Cynthia (Mrs.
James) 21
James 21
James M. 21
Laird,Frances E. 121
Lakey-Leakey ,49 (36), 50 (38)
Lakey (Leakey), John 49 (36)
50 (38)
Lakey, Sarah 96 (49)
Lamb Family 205 (220)
Lambert"Anthony 131
Lambeth, Demsey 156
Lamkin, Jane Moore (Mrs.
Wm.) 116
Rosannah Woods (Mrs.
Wm. Jr;) 116
William (Jr.) 116
William (Sr.) 116
Lancaster Family 197 (174)
Lance, Henry 156
Land, Hannah (Mrs. Moses) 161
Moses 161
Landrum, Elizabeth 65
Willis H. 159
Landy(?), H. 128
Lane, Mr. 159
Alexander B. (?) 155
Asa 17
Baxton 24
Eli 89
Kizziar, Susan Myers (Mrs.
(Dr.) George W. 32
Will) 176
Jacob A. 25, 156
Will 176
Nelson + 156
Klein, Mrs. H.B. 149 (129)
Robert 67
Knight Family 104, 153
Sally 67
Elicia 174
Esq., Turner 157
Knob, Jacob 73
Laney, Eleanor 65
Knowles, J.W. 90
Langston, Jno. 88
Knowles, & Sons, 158
Lankford, (Dr.) S.C. 32
Knox, James 67
Langley, Mrs. L.R. 152
(Dr.) James P. 32
Lann(?), Richard 167
Martha L. Colville
Lanore, W.B. 25
Wilson (Mrs. James) 67
Lansden, Miss A.C. 121
Kochesides, Thomas 158
Robert 121
Koonce, Jessee 163
Largent Family 53
Philip 163
Larkin, J.N. 172
Koontz, Mrs. Dewie 142 (91),
Polly P. Chorm (Mrs.
197 (172)
J.N.) 172
Kortrecht, (Alexander)
Larson,
Hannah
121
Humphreys 12, 14, 15
Lasater, Fcn 124
Augusta Betts (Mrs.
Lexie (0.) Neely (Mrs.
Charles) 12
Fon) 124
AugustuS 14
Lasiter(?) + McLemore Curry 61
Charles 12
Lasseter, Abner 160
Charles Murray 12,
Cath. B. Lee Turner
14
(Mrs. Abner) 160
Evelyn Marshall 12,
Lassiter Family 198 (181)
14
Laster, Sarah 136
Eunice Polk 12, 14
Laswell, Daniel (Jr. + Sr.) 170
Humphreys (see
Joseph 170
Alexander Humphreys
Peter 170
Kortrecht)
Mary Lee Skeggs (Mrs. Latham, E.P. 170
James 184
Charles Murray) 12
Laton, Pvt. Joshua 35
Mary Wilson (Mrs.
Alexander Humphreys) Lattoriur ?, Charles 73
12, 14, 15 Laughlin, Margaret J. 17
Laughmiller's Co. (East Tenn.
Kouyhendal, Petter 133
Militia, War-18l2)
Kris, Mary 98 (68)
36
Krudwig, Mrs. Faye Elam 45 (6)
Lavender, Andrew J. 28
Kuhn, Peter 158
Daniel Jr. 28
Kuykendall, Family 148(126)
Elijah 28
Kuykinda~l (?), Benjamin
133
George W. 28
Kyle Family 162, 205 (220)
Jefferson 28
Kyle, Mrs, E. Arwana 3, 38,
William 28
153, 205
laWing (Lowing?), Robert 188
(220)
Lawrence, Billie M. (Mrs.
Mrs. Frank 100 (81)
J.R.) 40
Celia 93
J.R. 40
-LLawson, Ambrose 23
F .M. 122
Lack, John 167
Hiram 23
Lackey, James W. 71
King, Ralph 126
Robert 60
Sarah 173
Sarah E. 173
Texie A. 173
Theophilus 173
Thomas 60
Thomas G• . P3
Walter 161
William 190
(Ring), William 56
William G. 173
William J. 173
Kinney, John 25
Kirby Family 193 (155)
194 (155)
Jes~e
69
Nancy David ,(Mrs.
Jesse) 69
Mrs. W.S. 47(20)
Kirk, Lewis 57, 58
Sarah 99 (77)
Kirkendall, Jane 129
Kirkindall, Simon 133, 134
Kirkland, A.L. 81
Crawford' H. 81
Mary M. 81
Minerva J. 81
KirkpatrickFamily 202 (204)
(Dr.) Orville H. 32
Kirksey?, T. 167
Kitrell, Roland 25
Kitterell, John 25
Rowland 25
Kittrell, Mrs. John R. (nee
Hall) 118
-221-
)
Lawson, Margaret 156
Margaret Jack (Mrs.
F .M.) 122
Lay Family 150 (135)
Laymance, Andrew J. 24
Isaac 24
James M. 24
John D. 24
Phebe 24
Layton Family 199 (187)
Lazenby, Marion E. 33
Lea, John 82, 188
Mr. Like 37
Luke 126, 185
Prior 37
Stephen 82
(Lewis?), Stephen 167
Thomas A. 156
Leach, Joseph (or
Josiah) 47 (19)
Josiah (or
Joseph) 47 (19)
Sarah 47 (19)
Sarah Hinds (Mrs.
Josiah or Joseph) 47 (19)
Leakey (Lakey) Family 49 (36)
50 (38)
Leath 114
Leath, Margie 114
Leatherwood, Daniel 82
Tho. 82
Ledbetter Family 148 (126),
195 (162)
Ledwell, Moses 66
Samantha E. Roberts
Brown (Mrs. Moses) 66
Lee Family 194 (158), 202 (202)
Anthony 85
Catharine B. 160
Charles 160
James 157
John 85
John A. 85
John H. 160
Jules 57
-Nicholson-Wiggins 83
(Gen. Robert E.) 118
Richard H. 160
T.S. 18
Wm. 85
Leeper, Ann McDanials (Mrs.
Joseph, Jr.) 98 (70)
Jane Wells (Mrs.
Joseph) 98 (70)
John 36, 98 (70)
Jr., Joseph 98 (70)
Joseph (Sr.) 98 (70)
Margaret A. Carberry
(Mrs. John) 98 (70)
Margaret Ellen 98 (70)
Susan 98 (70)
Leftwich, Waman (Post Master)
1S7, 1S8, 159,
160
Lemar, William 134
Lemmons Family 144 (102)
Barbara Thompson 49 (36)
Elizabeth Morgan 49 (36)
John 49 (36)
Mrs. T.L. 49 (36) ,
50 (38) ,
96 (49) ,
144 (102)
Lennarth, Wm. W. 180
Lenon 158
Lenore, Albert 25, 28
Albert S. 28
Isaac L•. 25
William B. 28
Lenre (Lewis?), John 163
Lent + Barekman (Pubrs) 64
Leonard Family 199 (184)
Jeff 87
J.W. 87
Lester, Fountain 166
Leverett Family 203 + 204
(211)
Lewallen, Andrew 26
Herrod 26
Lewallen, Joel 26
Rune1 A. 26
William 25, 26
Lewis Family 142 (93),
144 (101),
199 (188)
Anna (Mrs.
Thomas) 39
-Booker 33
George 82
Jacob 82
James M. 131
Joel 130
Leila L. 39
(Publishing Co.) 117
Thomas 39
William 156
Esq., Wm. B. 116
Willie 39
Zadock 159
Liddle, Francis 170
Lieg1er, Jacob 135
Lightfoot, Marise P.
(Author) 33
Lile, Lewis 160
Liles, Salantha 68
Lillard, Abrm 82
Limeberger, John 94
Linam, Caroline D.E. (Mrs.
James W.) 69
James W. 69
Leah 69
Linam, Mary Thomas Donaldson
(Mrs. Thomas M.) 69
Thomas Morries 69
Lindsay Family 147 (119)
Isaac 133
Lindsey,John L. (S.?) 167
Oliver J. 116
Sarah M. Clarke (Mrs.
Oliver J.) 116
Lindsley, Jonathan 183
Dr. V.S. 103
Lingo Family 147 (121)
Lingow, Margaret 41
Link Family 204 (219)
Linn, Joseph D. 59
Linn (Lynn), Martha 104
Nannie Heath (Mrs.
R.M.) 120
R.M. 120
Linquist Family 195 (165),
196 (165)
Linville, Moses 156
William 157
Lions (?), Anderson 167
Lippincott & Co., J.B. (Phila.,
Pa.) 12
Liste, Samuel 71
Little, Family 141 (87)
Harman 155, 160
James 75
James H. 70
Capt. John 157
John M. 159
T.C. 88
Littlejohn Family 205 (223)
Litton, James 129
Lively, Peter 71
Roland 25
Livermore?, William 166
Livingston, Ester (Esther)
98 (65)
Matthew 112
Oliver 60
Lock, Benjamin 25
Locke Family 195 (164)
Alice Elizabeth 69
Charles 114
Joseph 114
Mary Batte (Mrs.
Cha r les) 114
Ruby Davis 100 (83)
Mrs. Walter 195 (164)
Lockett, John C. 65
Martha Ann Walker
(Mrs. John C.) 65
Lockhart, Mrs. A.B. 192 (148)
Lockhert, John 75
Lockman, Fannie B. 20
Infant 18
J.R. 18
Lalla May 18
Lee R. 18
Minnie (Mrs.
Lee R.) 18
Lofquist, Mrs. Andrew
G. 147 (121)
Loften,
an 163
Thomas 186
William 186
Logan Family 145 (110), 153,
194 (156)
Alfred 95 (45)
David 95 (45)
Eli 95 (45)
James 95 (45)
John 50 (39), 95 (45)
John R. 95 (45)
Keziah Ann 95 (45)
Lydia 95 (45)
Mrs. Mabel M. 50 (39),
95 (45)
145 (110)
194 (156)
Rhoda Robinson (Mrs.
John) 50 (39), 95 (45)
Tarlton 1. 153
Loget(?), Thomas 130
London, E.C. 88
Long Family 197 (173)
Ernest 42
George 75
Laura J. 117
Mary Bateuan (Mrs.
Ernest) 42
Moses 75
Nicholas 164
Samuel 25
Samuel B. 42
Dr. William L. 117
Looftin, William 186
Looney, Abraham 188
Moses 8
Peter 133
Looper, William 25
Lossing, Mrs. Harold 147 (120)
Lott Family 141 (87)
Absalom 175
Louder Family 204 (212)
Love Family 143 (96)
Love 179
Love, Claibourne 156
Henry 117
John D. 131
Robert 187
Sarah J. Frazier (Mrs.
Henry) 117
Thomas 187
William 56
Lovelace Family 153
Daniel 78
Lovelady, Asa 131
Thomas 163
Wm. 163
Loving Family 150 (136)
Low (Lowe) Family 148 (125)
Low, A.N.P. 25
Cynthia 44
Daniel N. 44
James P. 44
John G. 44
Joseph 26
Lydia W. (Mrs.
Thomas B.) 44
Martha 44
T.B. 44
Thomas 44
Thomas B. 44
Thomas C. 44
Lowder (Louder) Family
204 (212)
Lowdermilk, William 26
Lowell, Andrew 158
Lower, John 186
Lowery (Rogers?), Wm. 166
Lowrey , James 159
Mrs. Marg. 155
Lowrey, Mark 155
Loyd, Mrs. Dale C. 193 (153)
Lewis 56
Luall~n, Richard
91, 92
Lucas Family 142 (91), 197 (172)
Annie 84
Jr., Rev. Silas Emmett 29
Luis, Mandy 163
Luker, Sally 100 (80)
Lumpkin, J.H. 17
Tina A. 17
Luncefords, Mary Trent Holdaway
(Mrs. Wm.) 42
Luncefords, Wm. 42
Luny, Anna 115
Lusk Family 145 (111), 150 (136)
Luster, John 171
Sadie Bales (Mrs.
John) 171
Luttrell Family 49 (32)
Lutrel1, C.M. 119
-Goforth 49 (32)
Mary J. Ball (Mrs.
C.M.) 119
Lycan Family 191 (139)
Lyda, Henry ISS, 159
Lyle, David 103
Nancy Barbee (Mrs.
David) 103
Saml. 73
Lynch Family 45 (1), 104
Joseph Penn 104
Sedgwick J. 42
Lyniffin (?), Jese 163
Lyon, H. 64
Col. John 156
Lord (King of Arms) 112
-McMc
gahon, Foster 166
Mc---Laughn, Daniel 163
McAbly (?), Ricerd 167
McAdow, James 63
McAley (MeAlcy), Miss Creasy 157
MeAlin, Benjamin 157
McAlister, Polly Webb (Mrs.
Wm. C.) 115
Wm. C. 115
McAllister, Mrs. John E. 39, 136
McAlpin's Co. (War of 1812) 35
McAnally, Charles 189
McAnnack (McCarmack?), John 167
McAnts, Pvt. David 35
MeAuley, James 157
McBaker, (Mr.) 74
McBee, Mrs. May Wilson 2
McBride Family 145 & 146 (113)
Rev. A. 159
Andrew 157
James 159, 166
McBroom Family 200 (191)
McCabe 98 (66)
McCabe, Wi lliam 166
McCain Family 144 (104)
Mrs. Arthur L. 45 (3),
144 (104)
McCalbertes (McCafferty?),
James 166
McCall, Alexander 62
McCalla Family 199 (187)
McCallum, A.S. 18
Mary A. 20
McCamey, William 92
McCan, Simms 157
McCant, W.P. 87
McCarmack, John B. 156, 157
McCarmet (McCammet?), John 175
McCa;ty, James P. 181
McCart, Preston 25
Robert 26
William 23
McCasland, John 78
Stephen 78
McCauley, Mrs. M.R. 98 (67)
McClain, Charles 74
Mrs. R.Y. 3, 104, 153
Sally 74
-222McClanahan Family 142 (90)
McClau~ (McClaurin?),
Robert 167
McClean, Jennie Welborn (Mrs.
W.A.) 174
W.A. 174
McCleland, Hugh B.M. 157
McClellan, Capt. Abraham 79
Barbara 80
Harriet C. 173
Col. W.B. 173
McClelland's (Vol. for M~xican
War) 121
McClelland, David 79
Elizabeth Sevier 70
Samuel 79
W.W. 87
McClenny, Jno. 88
McClure Family 200 (191)
E.M. 89
James 127
John 74, 160
McCluskey, G.W. 121
Matilda Weatherred
(Mrs. R.M.) 121
R.M. 121
McConka, Corp. Samuel 36
McConnell, Mrs. Cath. Sanders
113
William 166
McCord Family 34
McCorkle, Miss Anna Leigh
(Lee) I, 154
McCormack, Masterson C. 167
P.B. 28
Stephen 158
Alexander 72
John B. 155
Layton 160
McCowin, Robert 156
McCoy, (Mr.) 37
James 35, 185
John 25, 79
W.T. 103
Young 37
McCracken Family, James 32
McCracken, Annie Eliz. Chapman
(Mrs. James Elbert)
32
E.A. 32
Elizabeth English
(Mrs. John) 32
Emily Jane Kelly
(Mrs. James Elbert)
32
Ephriam 169
Mrs. Evelyne 169
James 32, 169
James Elbert, 32
J.C. 32
J.D. 32
Jennie 169
John 32, 167, 169
John Wes ley 32
Joseph 169
Louise Elizabeth 32
Margaret Mcquire
(Mrs. Sam'l) 169
Martha 32
Mary Ann 32
Mary Jane Tarkington
(Mrs. John Wesley) 32
Mary Smith (Mrs.
James) 32
Nancy E. 32
Robert 169
Roxana 32
Sallie 169
Samue 1 169
Thos. 169
McCrary, Alexander 95 (42)
Andrew (Jr.) 95 (42)
Andrew (Sr.) 95 (42)
Archebald 95 (42)
Francis Marion 95 (42)
Gorden 95 (42)
Lucinda (Mrs.
Andrew) 95 (42)
William 95 (42)
McCreary, Francis Marion
95 (42)
Sarah Ann (Mrs.
Francis Marion)
95 (42)
McCrory Family 95 (42)
Hugh 93
Ensign James 93
Capt. Thomas 93
McCrosky, John 70
McCullar, A. 19
Esther (Mrs. A.), 19
Inez Smallwood (Mrs.
WilliamT.) 21
Jess O. 21
J .0. 21
Lou (Mrs. Sam) 21
Madell 21
Ray Hewitt 21
Sam 21
William Terry 21
Zelda O. (Mrs.
Jess) 21
McCullen, Sr., Mrs. Ira B.
201 (195)
McCulley, Andrew J. 99 (75)
Calie Isbell (Mrs.
Andrew J.) 99 (75)
Caroline Hall (Mrs.
Wm.)Sr.) 99 (75)
Elizabeth 99 (75)
James Henry 99 (75)
Margaret Ann Atkins
(Mrs. James Hen ry)
99 (75)
Mary A. 99 (75)
Nancy Catherine 99
(75)
Rebecca 99 (75)
Ruth J. 99 (75)
Sarah Jane Bradbern
(Mrs. Andrew J.)
99 (75)
William (Sr. & Jr.)
99 (75)
McCullough (McCulloch) Family
148 (124)
McCurdy 77
McCuson ?, John 165
McCustion, Robert 156
McDaniel Family 50 (41),
146 (116)
McDanials, Ann 98 (70)
HcDaniel, Cathern L.
81
Daniel 155
James N. 97 (56)
Nancy
50 (41)
Nancy Reynolds (Mrs.
James N.) 97 (56)
W.J. 90
McDona 1, John 72
McDonald, Mr. 157
Frances Caroline
Davis (Mrs. Wm. A.)
177, 178
H.F. 159
J.P. 67
Mary L. Colville (Mrs.
J.P.) 67
William A. 177
McDougal, N.A. 103
McElroy, A.J. 88
Amelia 173
Malissa Edwards 41
R.C. 90
T.B. 88
McElwain Family 146 (115)
McElwee, Capt. Wm. E. 82
McEnally, Richard 167
McEwen, J.C. (Heirs) 25
J.G. 87
+ Wiley 23
William 27
Purris (Heirs) 25
McEwin, John C. (Heirs) 24
Robert 159
McFadden Family 201 (195)
McFall, Samuel P. 130
McFarland, Henderson 156, 157
J.P. 103
McFerrin, T. 88
McGaha, Samuel 82
McGavock, Francis 56
McGee'Family 196'(167)
McGee-Brinley"Thomson Families
34
McGehee, (Mr .) 32
Lavinal 44
Mrs. Missouri Ann
Cleaver James 32
McGhee
44
McGibboney, James 164
McGloghln, Alexander 163
McGowan, Deoliece Rosamond
(Mrs. Jess ie A.) 68
Henry B. 68
Jesse A. 67, 68
Jessie A. (Jr.) 68
Katie L. 68
Lillie D. 68
Lou Will iams (Mrs.
Jessie A.) 68
Samue 1 68, 170
Sarah Markham (Mrs.
Samuel) 68
Walter R. 68
XcGowen's (Creek) 131
McGraw Family 205 (220)
McGraw, Mathew 166
McGuiar, Nely 72
Silas 72
McGuire, Nancy J. 173
McHaney, Hm. 63
Mcllhatten (?) 132
McIlhatton (?), William 179
McIver, Duncan 180, 183
John 59, 128, 132,
179, 182, 184
McKay, Mrs. J.M. 16
McKee, John 176
Martha A. Stout (Mrs.
John) 176
McKeehen Family 147 (122)
McKenneys, Denness 158
McKensie, Samuel A. 78
McKewin (McEwen?), Alex. 155
Ro. 155
McKien, Alexander 61
McKinney, Andrew 24
David 170
Mrs. Dessie V. 170
Elizabeth 170
John 170
Jona than 1.70
Sarah E. King (Mrs.
Wm.) 173
W.O. 44
McKirkhen ?, James 166
McKissack, A. 167
John 166
McKissack ?, Thos. 166
McKnight, Samuel 163
McKoy, Berta Hall (Mrs.
W.O.) 119
W.O. 119
McKu~che~ (McKutchen ?) ,Andrew
167
McLain, Ada J. (Mrs. W.S .) 42
Junr., Jas. 133
Sen., James 133
W.S. 42
McLane, Daniel 160
Mrs. Gerald 116
McLaurain, Madison 180
McLayhen, Alexander 163
McLean, Dr. 172
Mrs. Bart 32
Benj. 155
Charles 32
McLennon(?), Jno. C. 131
McLeod, Dicson C. (Rev.) 114
Rev. Lewis 116
McLerath, Joseph 133
McMahon, James 72
McMahan,John 74, 75
Wi 11 iam 73
McMannes, Thomas 27
McMannis Family 197 (173)
Thomas 26
McMannus, Thomas 25
McManus'Family 150 (136)
Jonathan 98 (69)
Robert 159
McMi1en, Kenan 167
McMillan. Alexr. 75
John 175
McMillian, Robert D. 56
William 56
McMullen. Elizabeth 121
John 121
McMurray Family 104
John 104
Martha Linn (Mrs.
John) 104
McMurrey; Mrs. Walter R. 141 (88)
McMurry, Rhuy K. 104
McNabb, Baf 82
Garrett 82
Esqr.,G.E.82
Geo. 82
Jas. 82
Jno. 82
John 82
Malcom 82
William 82
McNairy, John 131, 180, 182
McNamara Family 205 (222)
Miss Barbara 205 (222)
McNamee, Mrs. C.T. 114
McNare's 'Co.
(Ease Tenn. Nil:;tia
War - 1812)
McNatt, Florence L. (Hrs.
James M.) 17
James M. 17
Jim 17
Levin 125
Loua 11 ie 17
W.M. .17
McNeal, E.P. 188
Katie Hh
Prudence Tate
36
15
McNeece, H.M. 89
McNeeley, Wm. 1E4
McNeely, Wm. 133
McNeese Family 144 (108), 14~ \108:
McNight (McKight?), John 166
McPeak, James 159
McPeters, Andrew 167
David 24
Jona than
2t~
Leroy 24
Martin 24
McPheatridge, Rachel 42
McPherson, G.W. 31
Mcquire, Margaret 169
McReiley, Sarah J. 70
McReynolds. Fernando M. 115
McRorry, . James 171
Miss Nancy 171
McWhorter, W.M. 90
McWilliams, James 115
Mrs. Leah Linaw 69
-M-
M---(?), Adam 155
M ? , Austin Samuel 126
Macajah, Harris 159
Mack, Pleasant 98 (72)
Mary Ann McCracken
Mackenzie (Author) 33
(Mrs. Charles) 32
Mackey Family 204 (218)
Maddox Family 29
(McMun?), Wm. 164
Mrs. Frank O. 97 (62)
McLeden, Daniel 157
N.G. 87
McLemore, (Mr.) 127, 179
John 130, 182, 184
Maddux Family 29
John C. 56, 59, 61,
M1's.' Jawes O. 71, 75, 78,
128. 129, 17'l
82, 163.
165
181. 183
Li,zzie Sumner (Mrs.
Dr.) 172
-223Maddux, Jose 82
Nath.aniel 82
Scofie ld 82
Made~, Champness
64
Madge len; (Mr .) 57
Madiol, Arnold John 53
Madnox, Craven 155
Maggart, Mrs. Maynard E.
141 (89)
Magill, James 166
Pvt. William 36
Magna Charta 107
Mahan, John 172
Mollie 172
Archibald 55
Maire, Jean M. 54, 153
Majors, Mrs. Betty M. 144 (100)
James 73; 163
John P. 187
Samuel 170
William 75
Manes, Ada Darrow 146 (114)
Mangrum, Littlebury 59
Manifold, James 163
Manlendest, James 163
Manley, Chapman W. 60
)
'I
.I
Marvell, Louis 171
Marmaduke 171
Rachel B. 171
Samuel 171
Sarah Story (Mrs.
Wm.) 171
William 171
Masey, Everett F. 28
Mason, John 74,78
Mary Jane 40
Robert 156, 160
Masoner, Pvt. Peter 36
Massengale (Mr.) 71
William 72
Massey, C.S. 90
M~ssey (M~ssey?), Yerby 156
Massy, Jenkins 158
Mastingale, Archibald 26
Calvin 26
Dempsy 27
John 26
William Sr. 27
William J. 27
Maston, Thomas 133
Matheny, Mrs. Emma Robertson 4
Matheson (Matthewson) Family
Mann, Miss (see l-t'rs. Abso lern
141 (88)
Nicholson) 83
Mathews, Jerry 72
Denton 94
Mary 171
Miss Elizabeth 83
Ma this, 1. 128
Mrs. L.H. (nee
Matthews Family 142 (92)
Nicholson) 84
Allen 129
Manning Family 48 (23)
H.C. 31
Ashley B. 164
John 97 (59)
Benj. 164
Mira Wallace (Mrs.
John A. 164
John) 97 (59)
Martha 164
Matthew(?), John 167
Reubin 164
Matthews, Miss Sally 83
Thomas 164
Capt. Thomas P. 84
Manly, Chapman W. 185
Winifred Wiggins
Mannock (?), Larsu" '167
Nicholson (Mrs.
Mansker, Caspe--r--6
Thomas P.) 84
Kasper 134
Maudlam, Mrs. Elizabeth 159
Manson, (Mr.) 103
Mauldin, Lemuel Carol 13
Mantootl" Thomas 8,2
Margaret Oliver (Mrs.
Mantuth, John 82
Lemuel Carol) 13
William 82
Ruhye Oliver 13
Marbow (Marham?), William 166
Maule Family 200 (190)
Marchbanks, W. 159
Maury, Esq., Abraham P. 116
Margrave, John 74
Mary Claiborne (Mrs.
Jon 73
Abraham P.) 116
Marier (1), Jesse 167
Maxsey, Jessee 135
Marion, Gen. Francis 33, ·117,
Maxswain, Mary 42
U8
Maxwe 11 Fami ly 149 ('129)
Markham, Sarah 68
Maxwell (Bible) 94
Vii 11 iam 184
May, Abraham 184
Marlow, Charles 166
Asa 37
Marr, George 170
May Wilson (Collection) 2
Marron, Leonard 166
Mayberry Family 196 (167)
Marsh, Henry 183
Mayberry, Joseph A. 37, 38
Marshall, Georgia 124
Zrepts 78
Pvt. Joseph 36
Mayers, Alice Jack (Mrs.
R. 63
R.S.) 122
Martin Family 8, 94, 145 (109),
R.S. 122
193 (155), 200
Mayes (Mayse) Family 195 (163)
(191), 201 (198), Mayfield Family 201 (193)
201, (217)
Elisha B. 166
Andrew L. 130, 187
Elizabeth 65
Mrs. C.A. 198 (180)
Henry M. 166
Eleanor Woodside (Mrs.
Isaac 167
Robert) 2
John E. 166
Dr. Frederick A. 76
Jonathan 158
George M. 125
Wm. C. 166
Hugh 74
Mayo, Lucinda Atkinson 69
James C. 26
Mayse (Mayes) Family 195 (163)
Jesse (?) 59
Meade, David 166
John 159
Meadow, Amanda Hayes (Mrs.
Katie Scott
120
Mardy) 171
+ King 73, 74
Celsar 171
Lewis 167
Clemmie Dodson (Mrs.
Masco 170
Wesley) 171
Richard 18B
Elizabeth 171
Robert 2
Jane Jenkins (Mrs.
Salathict 59, 60
Wilson) 171
Samuel 25
John 122, 171
Capt. Wm. 170
Lucy (Mrs. John) 171
Marvell, Frances 171
Lucy Simmons (Mrs.
Henry 171
John) 122
Rester A. (Miss) 171
Mardy (Mr.) 171
Joseph 171
Nelson 171
Miller, William (Sr.) 74
Meadow, Polly 122, 171
Winnie T. (Mrs.
Sally Oglesby (Mrs.
Smith) 171
T.E.) 2
Sarah Aim 171
W.P. 39
Millhouse, Mr. 103
Smith 171
Millinnex, Wm. 63
Wesley 171
Wilson 171
Mills, James 156
Jno. F. 160
Meadows, Harrison 159
Maria (H) 98 (67)
Mears Family 205 (224)
Milstead
Family 143 (97)
Mechre, C~us 75
Medcalf, William 156
Mi ls ted, Aaron 158
Miltonberger, Pvt. William 36
Wm. C. 156
Miner Family 162
Medley, John 155
Miner, John A. 162
Meek, John 189
Minner,Daniel 127
Meek Family 143 (99)
Minor, John 127
Melton, Isam 24
Miskimen Family 53
John 28
Martin 24
Missell Family 46 (11)
Mitcheel, Robert 164
Mary 28
Nathaniel 24
Mitchel, Arthur 159
Mrs. Charlotte 199 (187)
William Jr. 28
Mitchell Family 145 (109), 202
Menifee, John 166
(201), 204 (219)
Menyfee(?), Larkin 167
Mercer, Edward 48 (25)
Albert 40
Andrew 25, 60
Forrester 48 (25)
Fannie {Mrs. W.A.) 40
.John 48 (25)
Legralda Forrester (Mrs.
Henrietta (Mrs.) 40
Infant (son) 40
Moses) 48 (25)
Moses 48 (25)
Jabez G. 158
Nathaniel 48 (25)
James C. 158
Nicholas 48 (25)
Jesse 25
J.G. (Post Master) 160
Richard 48 (25)
Marcus- 166Mercier Family 162
Richard 128
Meres, Elias C. (?) 166
Sallie Baker 17
Merrill Family 199 (187)
Sarah 15
Merrell,Alfred 158
Sarah (Mrs.) 40
J.S. 87
Merril, Catharine Ann 158
W.A. 40
Merrill, Jos. 116
W.C.
63
William H. 116
Mitchl, Daniel lEt7
Mitchum Family 144 (106)
Merritt, W.H. 87
Mesles, John 156
Mizell, Levi 170
Messervy, Mrs. Virginia
Modra 11, (Dr.) Robert D. 32
Stringfield 95 (46),
Moffatt Family 193 (155)
Mohr Family 53
98 (68)
Mrs. Gertrude Cornelius 53
Metcalf, Charles 28
Moiers, Pvt. William 36
Horrace 56
Jas. 90
Molborn, Solomon 125
Meux, Mrs. ·Wi 11 iam
Molder, James 73
Mezell, Cader 159
John 73
Phetty 72
Michie, Geo. 63
Middleton Families 153
Monday Family 146 (117),
Midyett, Asa B. 185
196 (166)
Monds, David 25
Miett, Eldridge 28
William 28
Nelson 25
Miles, G.D. 87
Monegatler(?) , P. 167
Money, Rosaner 75
Samuel 74
Milhous, W.A. 103
Monroe Family
191 (142) ,
Millard, W.A. 90
199 (188)
Miller's (Co., Capt.) 120
Montgomery Fami ly 104, 194 (158),
200 (189),191)
Mi ller Family 153
Alexr. 134
Miller (Heirs) 28
Alexander 72, 74
Miller, Miss 175
Aileen (see Aileen
D. 81
Daniel 26
Miller Verdell) 40
David 81
Bertie J. 17
Elizabeth (Mrs.
George 78
Hugh, Jr.) 104
George H. 39
Isaac 156
G.W. 156
Hugh 26, 104
Jane Jack (Mrs.
Sam) 122
James 72
John 131, 139, 163
John 166
Lizzie 81
John W. 17
Lucy E. 124
M.(Mrs. D.) 81
Margaret Ellen Leeper
Michael 72
(Mrs. Harrison) 98 (70)
Samuel 57, 184
Thomas 131
Mary 15, 50 (40)
William 133, 134
M.E. (Mrs. W.P.) 39
Moody, Nathaniel 167
Nash 159
Nursis 53
(Dr.) Thomas 32
Moon, John 72, 163
P.H. 139
Nathn. 163'
Pvt. Robert 36
Mrs. Ruby 95 (43),
Mooney Family 205 (220)
98 (70)
Florence Lee Williams
(Mrs. Wm. Reeve) 77
Sam 122
Frances Elizabeth 78
Mrs. Sara Hurt 52
James Henry 77, 78
Mrs. T.E. (Wirmie
John Marshall 78
T.) 2, 47 (17)
Joseph Wi lson 77, 78
Tobias 167
Martha Eliz. Terry (Mrs.
William 71, 163
James Henry) 77, 78
-224Mooney, Mary Ella 78
Nannie Will Coleman
(Mrs. Jos. Wilson) 77
Peter 170
Roberta Terry 77, 78
Russell Everett 77,
149 (128)
William Reeve 77, 78
Moony, William 158
Moor, John 74
Moore Family 104, 144 (108)
145 (108),109),
146 (115),
191 (139),
192 (144)
Moore, (Mr.) 185
Gov. A.J. 118
Alfred 99 (76)
Andrew Garnet 177
Arabella Jones (Mrs.
James M.) 116
Arcena 99 (76)
Arms ted 64
Mr. & Mrs. C.E. 41
Betty Givens (Mrs.
Henry Norfleet) 45, 63,
95, 103, 133,
141, 162
Edith Davis (Mrs.
Peyton English) 177,
178
Edward 160
Eleanor (Mrs.
M.J.) 44
George R. 173
Mrs. Henry Norfleet 45,
63, 95, 103,
133, 141, 162
H.H. 114
LB. 90
J.? 90
James 48 (28), 88
James M. 116
Jane 116
Dr. John 99 (76)
John H. 170
John M. 22
Lassie (Miss) 177
Martha 69
Esq., Martin 158
Mary Peters (Mrs.
James) 48 (28)
Matheas J. 44
Matthew G. 156
Nettie 177, 178
Peyton English 177, 178
R.E. 103
Rebecca Frazier (Mrs.
T.A.) 117
Robert 163, 183
Samuel 159
(Dr.) Samuel W. 32
Sarah Carmiche 1 (Mrs.
Andrew Garnett) 177
Sarah King (Mrs.
Geo. R.) 173
T.A. 117
W.B. 89
William 157, 159, 160
W.W. 160
Moores, Elizabeth Hannah 96 (54)
Moors, Samuel 128
Mopin, George 58
Moran Family 146 (115)
Moree, Fields 163
More, James 63, 164, 167
John 167
Morgan Family 49 (36),
144 (102),
197 + 198 (177)
Morgan, Capt. 134
Mr. & Mrs. 47 (18)
Mrs. _ ? _ (Starr)
47 (18)
A.A. (Miss) 119
Alfred 24
Ben 135
Caroline Childers (Mrs.
Daniel) 47 (1ID
Charles 135
Morgan, Daniel 47 (18)
Murphy, Daniel 85
Harriet 11
ESq., Enoch 155
H.B. 89
Mrs. J.A. 46 (B), 114
Isaac 134
Mark 85
John 11, 134
Wm. (Sr.) 85
(Dr.) John H. 32
Murray Family 191 (142)
Joseph 134
Murray, (Mr.) 61
Patriek 26, 27
Edward 159
Rufus 189, 190
John 62, 99 (75)
Sam 170
Ruth J. McCulley (Mrs.
Morgen, Armstead 134
John) 99 (75)
Morgin, Richard 71
Shadrack 160
Morris Family 144 (107)
Thelma Duck 17
Morris, Adam 166
Murrel, William 167
Jesse 115
Murry, A.T. 17
Sarah Jane Barnes (Mrs.
Bob 17
Jesse) 115
Mary 17
Willis 27
Muse, James 57
Morrison, Dr. 170
(Mase?), John 166
Morror, William 71
Josiah William 28
Morrow, Arthur 131
Musgrove, John 155, 159
David 71
Thomas 155
Elender 184
Myers Family 191 (143)
Jane Reid (Mrs.
Myer(s), Jane E. 176
Wm.) 99 (77)
Myers, Bruce 96 (53)
John 64
Cynthia Bales (Mrs.
Mary 64
Samue 1) 171
Maybin 139
David 176
Thos. 166
Evaline 176
William 99 (77), 139
Helen 176
William (Mr. & Mrs.) 71
John 176
Morton, George 78
Martha Wallace (Mrs.
Isaac 89
Samuel) 176
Capt. John 103
Moses 176
John W. (Jr.) 103
Samuel 171, 176
Joseph 167
Susan 176
Martha 96 (48)
Thomas 176
Nannie O. 80
William 176
Narcissa Young (Mrs.
Mynatt Family 45 (3)
Paschal) 96 (48)
Susan (see Susan
Paschal 96 (48)
Mynatt Bishop) 45 (3)
Quinn 140
Esq., William C. 38
Thomas 96 (48)
Myres, John E. 159
Thomas D. 78
John P. 159
Thomas P. 80
Mosby Family 202 (202)
-NMoseley, Adeline Sanders 69
(Moseby?), H.A. 103
N__ever, John 82
Robert 170
Nail, Pvt. Archibald 35
Mosely, Mary Weaver (Mrs.) 171
Mosley, Caroline Ford (Mrs.
Mary Ann (Mrs.
Nicholas) 82
John H.) 68
Nicholas 82
John H. 68
Moss Family 142 (95), 143 (95)
Nailling, Nelson 170
Nanny, William 159
Adeline S. Alford (Mrs.
Azariah) 67
Nathubearus, John 159
Azariah 66
Nation Family 149 & 150 (133)
Nave, Robert T. 50 (40)
Christiana Watson (Mrs.
Azariah) 67
Nay Family 203 (208)
Edmund L. 67
Neal Family 147 (119)
Emma 67
Neece, H.H. 88
Green H. 160
L.L.C. 87
Needham (R?), Enoch 166
Ida 67
Needham, Isaac 165
James F. 67
James H. 17
1. Bai ley 165
John 66, 71, 73
Neel, Mrs. Courtland Moore 140
Lucinda 17
Neely, Alex 135
Mary 67
Ann 124
Annie Dyer (Mrs.
M.P. 67
Jerman (Smith) 124
R. (?) Irving (Mrs.
Clayton Haley 124
S.E.) 67
Robert L. 67
Ella Ferrell (Mrs.
S.E. 66
M.E.) 124
Ella Ioka 124
Susan (Mrs.
John) 66
George Taylor 124
Thomas V. 21
Georgia Marshall (Mrs.
Mothershead Family 199 (187)
Marvin) 124
Hiram Smith 124
Mount, Julius 78
Mowry Family 204 (219)
James. K. Po lk 123
James Otis 123, 124
Mu11herrin 126
Mullins, Jordan 158
Jerman Smith 124
J.T. 90
Mrs. Jerman Smith 123
Munday Family 146 (115)
John B. 124
Joseph W. 124
Munkres Family 45 (1)
Munro, Ann 116
Josie Angeline 123, 124
Esq., David 116
Lexie Osier 124
William 116
Li11yBell 124
Munsell, Luke 52
Lota Short .(Mrs.
Murfree (Murfrie), Hardy 179
Clayton (Haley) 124
Murphy Family 200 (189)
Lucy Miller (Mrs.
James 0.) 124
Neely, Marvin 124
Mary W. Ramsey (Mrs.
Thomas D.) 100 (83)
Melvin E. 124
Melvin G; 124
Minnie Dell 124
OlliveM. Case (Mrs.
Jas. K. Polk) 123
Rainer Marvin 124
Sarah 124
Sarah Ann White (Mrs.
Jos. W.) 124
Stanley 123
Thomas D. 100 (83)
William 124
Neff, Esqr., Isaac 82
Negl, John O. 170
Neil 119
Neilson, Joseph H. 114
Ne lson Family 143 (96)
Col. 174
A.J.(?)T. 103
Anderson 72
Charles F. 164
Charlotte (Mrs.
Thomas) 164
David 38, 163
G.A. J 7
James 155
John 69
John H. 164
+ Lane 156
L.B. 164
Magg ie L. (Mrs.
G.A.) 17
Nancy 164
R. 128
Richard 155, 156, 157
Robert 1.55, 158
Sarah R. 164
Thomas 164
William 72
Nely, John 74
Nepper, P.A. 94
Nesbitt Family 45 (4)
Elizabeth 45 (4)
Neson, Samuel 158
Nevill, H. 88
Newberry, John 122
Louisa Eubank (Mrs.
John) 122
Newli.n's Co. (War of 1812
Tenn. Vol.) 35
Newlin Fami ly 33
Newbern, B.B. 61
Newman's (Bat. in Civi.l War) e9
Newman Family 195 (162)
Newport, B.F. 26
Calvin 26
James 26
Joseph 26
Richard 26
Samuel 26
William 26
News, Mrs. B. 115
Newton, G.W. 90
Nicherson Family 204 (216)
Nichokls, James 57
Nicholas Family 204 (216)
Esq., David 159
Elemsbeck (?) 180
John 78
Nicholds, James 58
Nichels Family 145 (112),
194 (158)
Clifton 160
Floyd 73
Nicholsen, Miss (see Mrs. H.D.
Hardeman) 84
Miss (see Mrs.
~taS(;'n
Lee Wiggins) 83
Miss (see Mrs. Dr.
James B. Yellowly) 84
Absolem 83, 84
Mrs. Absolem (nee
Mann) 83
Anna 84
Annie 84
Annie Lucas (Mrs.
Saml. Timothy) 84
Jr., Blake Baker 84
-225-
\
)
')
J
Nicholson, (Sr.), Blake Baker
83, 84
Capt. Edward A.T.
84
Eliza 83
Eliza (Mrs.
Joseph W.) 83
Elizabeth 84
Elizabeth Mann (Mrs.
Joe Wright) 83
Emma P. 84
Erma Owens (Mrs.
Wm. Edw.) 84
Estelle Hunter 84
Eveline 84
Sir Francis 85
Guilford 83
Mrs. Guilford (nee
Winters) 84
M.D. Guilford John
Lawrence 84
Jack 83
James 83
Mrs. James (nee
Arrington) 83
James Carter 83
James Mann 84
Joe Wright 83, 84,
85
John T. 83
M.D., John Thorne e~·
Joseph 25
Joseph James 84
Joseph W. 83
Joseph Wright 84
Kathleen Lee 84
Katie McNeal (Mrs.
John Thorne) 84
Laura Thomas 84
Jr., Lemuel 83, 84
Sr.) Lemuel 84
Lizzie 84
Lucille Emma 84
Lucy E. Thorne (Mrs.
Thomas W.) 84
Malichi 85
Ma I i land 85
Martha E. Thorne
(Mrs. Thomas
Wright) 84
Mary Elizabeth 83,
R4
Mary Jane Carraway
(Mrs. Joseph James)
84
Mason W. 84
Meta Jiggetts (Mrs.
Saml. Timothy) 84
Patience Wright (Mrs.
Lemuel Sr.) 84
M.D., Plummer A. 84
Sally Eliza 83
Sally Lee 84
Nelson, Mrs. Sally Lee Nicholson
Hobson 84
Nicholson, Sally Lee Wiggins
(Mrs. Guilford) 84
Sally Matthews (Mrs.
James Carter) 83
Samuel Thorne 84
M.D., Samuel Timothy
84
Tempie Winifred 84
Thomas 78, 83, 84
Jr., Thomas W. 84
Thomas Wright (Co 1.)
84, 85
Tim 83
-Wiggins-Lee 83
William Edward 84
Capt. Wm. Thorne 84
Winifred Wiggins 83
Winifred Wiggins (Mrs.
Thomas) 83, 84
Nix, S.T. 90
Noah, W.R. 90
Nolan, Emily 175
William 175
Nolin, James 186
Nordyke, Dorothy 124
Norford, J.A. 121
Mildred Weatherred
(Mrs. J.A.) 121
Noris, Isaac 28
Norman, Alfred 25
Caroline Binyon (Mrs.
LaFayette) 121
Fleming S. 121
Hannah Larson Oaks
(Mrs. William) 121
James P. 121
John 121
Julia B. Heath (Mrs.
LaFayette) 121
LaFayette 121
Ludie 121
Maggie 121
Mattie 121
Sallie Jones (Mrs.
LaFayette) 121
Susan H. 121
Thomas F. 121
W.B. 121
William 121
Norriss, John 133
North Family 45 (1)
Anderson 82
James 82
Norton, Ann Frederic 14
Eunice Ophelia Polk
(Mrs. Jesse Rowland)
12, 14
Eunice Polk 14
Evelyn Polk 14
Frederick-Rowland 13,
14
George Hillman 14
Gertrude Walters (Mrs.
Rowland Polk) 13, 14
Jacob 56
Jesse Rowland 12, 14,
15
Louise Cooper (Mrs.
Frederic Rowland) 13,
14
Miss Margery Sue 204
(214),215)
Rowland Polk 13, 14
Norville, John P. 166
Norwood Family 193 (155),
194 (155)
Catherine J. Hoodenpyle
(Mrs. St. Clair) 65
Charles A. 96 (54)
Eliz. Hannah Moores
(Mrs. Charles A.)
96 (54)
Eliz. Inman (Mrs.
John Alex.) 96 (54)
John Alexander 96 (54)
Peter J. 65
St. Clair 65
Ursa line Schoolfield
(Mrs. Peter J.) 66
Nowell, Josiah 58
Nugent, Cynthia 70
Nutall, Lucy Coleman 177
Nutter, Mrs. W.H. 48 (25)
Nye Family 145 (109)
-0-
Oakley, Fannie C. 41
J.L. 41
W.M. 41
Oaks Family 191 (139)
Mrs. Hannah Larson 121
Louisa 121
O'Bannon Family 141 (86)
O'Brian, Lawrence 129
Odell, William 82
Odl, Saloman 82
OdIe, Robert 160
Odom, Sebron 155
Officer, James 158, 159
John 159
Ogden George 158
William 29
Ogburn, James 20
Ogburn, Mary E. 20
Oglesby Family 194 & 195 (161)
Elisha 134
Lilly (Bell) Neely
(Mrs. W.W.) 124
Sally 171
W.W. 124
O'Kelly, J. Fred 196 (169)
Oldham, James 163
S.L. 90
W.R. 87
Olinger, Jacob 49 (32)
Oliphant Family 142 (95),
143 (95)
Oliver, Moses 127
Nancy (Mrs.
Robert) 169
Rachae 1 169
Robert 169
Virginia Tucker 34
Ominent, Wm. 75
O'Neal, Pvt. Isom 35
O'Neal, William S. 175
Oram, John 130
Orrahood, Mrs. David
198 (181)
Osborn, Elizabeth
(Betty) 95 (47)
Ethel 173
Harriet C. McClellan
(Mrs. T.C.) 173
Dr. James D. 173
Laura A. 173
Laura Elizabeth 173
Martha Caroline 173
Mary Ethel 173
Sallie M. Riser (Mrs.
T.H.) 173
T.H. 173
Thomas 173
Dr. Thomas C. 173
Osborne, Thos. 170
Osburn Family 205 (220)
Luke 164
Ostrander, Mrs. R.E. 201 (199),
202 (201)
Outlaw, William 127
Overby, John 159
Overstreet, Mary Sevier 70
Overton, Archibald 160
John 126
Judge John
Owen Family 170
Owen & Crockett (Cemeteries) 86
Owen, Felix G. 86
Jabez 86
Richard A. 86
Sarah D. 86
Sarah E. 86
William 157
Owens 184
Owens, Barnet 29
Mrs. Eliz. (Betty)
Osborn 95 (47)
Erma 84
Owings, Albert M. 80
James C. 80
Lieut. J.C. 80
Matilda A. 80
M.F. (Mrs.
W.J.) 80
Robert Locke 80
Samuel Sumpter 79
Sarah Randolph 79
W.J. 80
Oxford, John 167
-P-
Paden Family 201 (197)
Adeline 97 (57)
Cynthia Copeland 97 (57)
George D. 97 (57)
John 97 (57)
Linsey 97 (57)
Louisa 97 (57)
Orlando 97 (57)
Robert 97 (57)
William 97 (57)
Padgett, John B. (Co. Clerk) 164
Jas. 82
Palmer, Elizabeth 48 (26)
James 69
James? Morgan 99 (75)
Nancy Cath. McCulley
(Mrs. James? Morgan)
99 (75)
Mrs. R.D. 204 (218)
Rhoda Narcissa 48 (26)
Robert 179
Pamplin, F.M. 94
Pane, William 28
Pankey, Pvt. Stephen 35
Pvt. Riley 36
Parham, Mrs. Floyd Hall 205 (221)
Thomas 170
Parish, Elizabeth 120
Parker Family 148 (126)
Parker, Miss 47 (18)
A.K. 159
Mrs. C.E. 141 (87),
144 (107)
Charles 128
C. L. 78
Mrs. Earl S. 76
Joe or Wm. 159
John 26, 156, 158, 163
Joseph 156
Oliver 26
Mrs. Sterling 146 (117),
196 (166)
William 6, 156, 159
Pa rks, E. T• 89
George 25
Hugh 60
Joel 90
Joseph 117
Nancy (Mrs.
Robt.) 81
Robert 81
Samuel 183
'Sarah J. Frazier Love
(Mrs. Joseph) 117
Par~an Family
191 (143)
Parnel, Abraham 132
Parris Family 145 (Ill)
Parrish Family 34, 200 (192)
Grady 29
Parsons Family 148 (125)
John 158
Lucy Pierce (Mrs.
Wm. Jackson) 48 (27)
Parson (Carson?), Samuel 167
Parsons, William Jackson 48 (27)
Paschall, Alex. 170
Ann Eliza Crockett
(Mrs. B.M.) 86
(M.D.), B.M. 86
Ida 86
Jesse 170
Pass, John A. 159
Pas sons , Major 159
Patillo, Elizabeth 48 (28)
Patrick, Miss Eveline 169
Robert 169
Thomas M. 55, 61
Patten, Robert 29
Patterson Family 204 (213)
Gilbert 170
Mrs. J.R. 202 (200)
Lewis 78
Margaret 122
Minerva 122
Pattie, Sylvester 42
Patton, Mr. C. 157
Henry 29
Issac 29
James 60, 180
James C. 78
(James W. Hoggatt?) 164
John 29, 164
Joseph 29
Louisa (Mrs.
John) 164
Mr. M. 157
Martha 16
Robert 62
Thomas 135
Thomas T. 29
Uriah 29
-226Paul, 1. 179
James 26
John 27
William 27
Payne Family 191 (139),140);
195 (162)
Melville H. 55
Pvt. William 36
Payton (also see Peyton)
Payton, Ephram 133
Peagues, Col. 118
Peak, Able 26
Lewis 26
Luke 28
Pearl, Erin Hall 119
Pearson Family 193 (153)
Judge 84
C.M. 89
R.C. 90
Pease, Clarissa "Clarra"
123
Peavy Family 148 (126)
Pebehouse, A. 170
Peck, Adam 74
Hon. Jacob 139
Peden, Henry 167
Miss Mary T. 2
Peebley, Mrs. V.R. 48 (22)
Peel, Thomas 135
Peeler 98 (66)
Peery, George 91
Peevey, Judge Isaac 96 (51)
Capt. Joseph 96 (51)
Mary J. Thompson (Mrs.
Joseph) 96 (51)
Pembleton, Timothy 26
Pennington Family 150 (136),
197 (173)
John 78
William 78
Penson, Joe 1 62
Pepkin, Huse 129
Pepper, Miss Nina 164
Perkerson, Matilda 66
Perkins Family 193 (152) ,
197 (173)
Boss 22
Henry 166
Isabella 93
James F. 197 (173)
Jane (Mrs. J.D.) 22
J.D. 22
J.H. 21
Col. John B. 156
Joseph '166
Levi 156
Mary 22
Col. N.T. 116
Oscar D. 22
Sarah M. 116
William 155
Perrin, Col. 68
Perrus (Perry?) ,William 167
Perr~ Elizabeth Colville (Mrs.
George) 67
George 67
Nathanil 163
Persce, Robert 75
Person, Haney 163
Peterson, Hiram
159
Pertle, Jacob L. 160
John 62
Pery, William 166
Pete, William 28
Peters, Elizabeth (Mrs.
Ethreldred) 48 (28)
Ethreldred 48 (28)
James 27
Mary 48 (28)
Rutherford 27
Westley 27
Peterson 98 (66)
Peterson, Howell 160
J.W. 94
Morton 189
Petillo, Littleton 156
Pettis, Lewis 159
Pettus, W.D. 103
Petty, N.E. 87
Peyton, Elizabeth 97 (55)
Peyton, Frances (Fanny) Kelley
(Mrs. John W.) 96 (55)
George W. 97 (55)
James Harvey 97 (55)
John W. 96 (55),
97 (55)
Joseph M. 97 (55)
Sing 97 (55)
Sterling Brown 97 (55)
Thomas C. 97 (55)
Pharr, Alice L. 19
James J. 19
Martha A. (Mrs.
James J.) 19
Philip, Jessee 25
Philips, Aaron 26
Clemmon (Heirs) 23
James 167
Jehew 26
Joseph 182
John 161
Nathin 74
Noah 156
Phi lip 182
Wi lliam 26
Phillips (Cemetery) 81
Phillips Family 144 (108),
145 (108),
197 (172),
199 (188)
Phillip, Mr. (of Mobile) 169
Phillips, Mrs. (nee
Nicholson) 83
Andrew 138
Anna 138
Caya 1
C.C. 77
Emily 173
Isaac 138
James 138
John 166
Jonas 82
Jonathan 63
Joseph 82
Ma rga re t (Mrs.
Isaac?) 138
Mary 138
Matilda 138
Peggy Headerick (Mrs.)
138
R.S. 164
Thomas 167
Mrs. Thomas 1.
Unid 81
William 93, 138
Pickel, Mary Rogers (Mrs.
Robert) 120
Robert 120
Pickens Family 200 (192)
(Gen.) 118
Israi.l 166
Jos. 166
Pickett, Claburn 167
G.W. 87
Hugh W. 63
Pierce Family 144 (105)
Jesse 190
Lucy 48 (27)
Piercy, Stephen 82
Piggott, Fanny (Mrs. Richard)
see Pigott) 18
Pigott, Catherine (Mrs.
John) 19, 20
John 19, 20
Margaret 20
Patrick 18, 19
Richard 18
Pike, James E. 137
Pile, Burdet C. 161
Letitia E. (Mrs.
Burdet C.) 161
Piles, Cornelius 28
Pillow, Gideon 130
William 61
Pine, Leslie Gilbert 54
Pinkerton, Jas. 163
Pinkston Family 141 (88)
Pinson, Aron 183
fiper, John 167
Piper, Lucinda Harlin (Mrs.
Samuel) 122
Samuel 122
Pipin (Pipkin, Parker),
James H. 166
Pippin, Willi;m 167
Pittman, John 28
Lemuel 28
Sarepta 121
Pitts, Martha Herod (Mrs.) 174
Mrs. Parsy 94
Pleasant, George 28
James 155
Plomer, Henry R. 33
Plover (Glover?), William 136
Plumb lee: Isaac 159
Plumlee, Anna E. Bell (Mrs.
Robert M.) 47 (18)
Isaac 157
Robert M. 47 (18)
Plummer, Dr. John T. 4
Pogue, Mrs. (nee Hall) 118
Polk Family 57, 60, 132, 184,
203 (211)
Albert McNeal 13, 14
Ann Patterson 14·
Annie Sperry Hill (Mrs.
Marshall T.) Jr.) 12, 14
Clara Allison 13, Ie
Dora Marie 14
Edward Marshall 12, 14
Edward McNeal 13, 15
Eleanor Francis Gregory
(Mrs. Kelsey H.) 12, 14
Elizabeth McNeal 14
Elmer Scott 14
Eunice Ophe lia 12, 13
Evelina Bills 14
Eve lina McNea 1 12, 13, 14
Evelina McNeal Bills
(Mrs. Ma rs ha 11 T.) 12, 15,
16
Horace M. 15
James 1<. 132
James Knox 12, 13, 14, 15
Mrs. James K. (Jr.) 12
John 168
John Houston 14
Kelsey Hibbler (Sr.) 12, 14
Kelsey Hibbler (Jr.) 14
Laura Prudence 13
Laurence Norton (Jr.) 14
Laurence Norton (Sr.) 13,
14
Leonidas 12, 13, 14
Marjorie Lee Shapard
(Mrs. Laurence Norton)Sr.)
13, 14
Marjorie Shapard 14
Marshall T. 12, 13, 15,
16
Marshall Tate 13, 14
Mary 14
Mary Elizabeth 14
Mary Francis Hibbler (Mrs.
James K., Sr.) 12, 14, 15
Mary Wilson 12, 13
Olivia Sharpe 12, 14
Ophelia Bills (Mrs.
Horace M.) 15
Prudence HcNea 1 14
Rachel Harie Scott (Mrs.
Leonidas) ,Sr.) 12, 14
Richard Bradford 14
Robert Hill 14
Rubye Oliver Mauldin (~rs.
Albert McNea~ 13, 14
S. 128
Samuel 128
Samuel (C.) 55, 56, 57
Thomas 58
Thomas Allison 13, 15
Thomas Wilson 14
Virginia Galtney Prichard
(Mrs. James K.), Jr.) 12,
14
Virginia Knox 14
William 185
William McNeal 14
Pollard Family 203 (206)
E.V. 160
Pope + Walker 139
Porch, Miss Deane 3
Lewis 129
Pore, Ellen T. Burgess (Mrs.
John M.) 176
John M. 176
Porter Family 200 (191)
Porter 125
Porter, David 167
J.H. 115
John 61, 157
Joshua 157
Richard 170
Potes, Robert M. 28
Potter Family 193 (152)
Frances A. 172
Lewis 28
Samuel 129
Solomon 28
S.P. 28
Thomas 28
William 26
Potts, Andrew L. 160
Eliz. "Betty" Osborn
Owens (Mrs. Wm.
Henry) 95 (47)
James H. 160
Patrick 161
William Henry 05 (47)
William Mar'"n 95 (47)
Powel, Mary E. 123
Peter 166
Powell Family 29, 145 (111)
Joe 174
John 167
Hatilda C. Herod (Mrs.
Joe) 174
N.
93
Nathan 125
P.R. 87
RoberL 1. 7 0
Rodney L. 202 (204)
Powell's (Valley) 92
Power, Mary 98 (72)
Powers Family 149 (' 2'')
Prather, L.U. 21
L.M.
21
Pratt, Capt. John Alexander
50 (37)
Talitha Cuni Clemc-nts
(Hrs. John Alex.) 50 (37)
Wm. 166
Presly, William 78
Presson Family 143 (98)
Preston, Elizab£th (Mrs.?)
46 (16)
Elizabeth Ann 46 (17)
Prewit, David 26
Prewitt, Ardrew (Heirs) 23
Prewitt, Dewey 101
Price Family 46 (11), 144 (107),
145 (l09)
Gen. 172
A.S. 78
Amos 159
Enoch 156
15 (,
Georg"
George W. 159
James B. 164
John 26
John S. 156
John W. 164
Joseph 26, 78
Prentiss 5, 52
Rial 28
Wm. 157
Willis 26
Prichard, Virginia Galtney 12
Priddy, Tittus 82
Pride, William 166
Prieur Family 162
Prince, Bayless 127
Prior, S.A. 67
Sarah Colville (Mrs.
S.A.)67
Pritchard, William D. 93
Proctor, James 78
-227Provence, Mrs. Harry 123
Province Hiram 156
John 156, 160
Prry, Soloman 82
Pruitt Family 143 (96)
Pryor, John 156
William 159
Pucket, Agnes 181
James D. 71
Puckett Family 192 (146)
Pugh, Alvira 152
-Chapman Families 152
Elvira 118
John Elijah 118, 152
Julienne 118
Minnie May 152
Robert 15.2
William 125
Purcell, 1st Sgt. William 36
Purdy 180
Purdy, William 78
Purris, Henry (Heirs) 25
H.S. 28
Henry S. 28
Purtell, Mrs. L. Arnold
199 (184)
Putnam, Mrs. E.T. 201 (196)
Pyatt, Samuel 25
-QQuarels & Co. 71
Queen Anne 110
Queen Anne's Bounty 109
Queen Elizabeth 110
Queen Mary 110
Quelen, W.N. 69
Catherine Hudspeth
(Mrs. W. N•) 69
Mary C. 69
Quinby (Gwinby?), Jones 167
Quisenbury, William M. 183
-R-
I
j
Raby, Jno. H. 94
P.A. 94
Rafound, Peter 128
Ragan, Absolom 78
Daniel 78
(Dr.) J.B. 32
Jesse 78
Raile, Henry 134
Rain, James 61
Raines Family 49 (32)
(Mrs.) Katy Duncan
49 (32)
Rainey's Co. (War of 1812) 35
Rainey Family 149 (132)
, Miss Rache 1 149 (132)
Rains, Jane (Mrs. John) 82
Joel 82
John 71, 82
Ralston, David 181
Ramsey ("Annals of Tenn.") 5
Ramsey, AdelIa Scurlock (Mrs.
Samuel S.) 118
Alexander 157
Barbara Frazier (Mrs.
John L.) 117, 118
Belle 118
Denirah Wilson Ahart
(Mrs. John L.) 118
Due 118
Mrs. Eliza 169
Henry 134
Mrs. Isabella Scott
117, 118
James 117, 118
Jane 117
John L. 117, 118
Lon 118
Louisa 118
Mary 117
Mary W. 100 (83)
Raymond 118
Russel 118
Samuel 118
Samuel M. 117
Ramsey, Samuel S. 117, 118
Thomas 134
+ Walton 117
William 117, 118
Randleman (Rendleman) 113
Randleman, Martin Christopher
113
Randles, James 163
John 163
Richd. 163
Randolph Family 141 (87)
Randols, James 160
Raney, James 159
J.C. 87
W.p. 88
Rankin, D.C. 18
Daniel Gillespie 100 (82)
1st Lt. David 36
David Caldwell 100 (82)
Eliz. Hanner (Mrs.
Daniel Gillespie)
100 (82)
George 18, 19, 100 (82)
George Washington
100 (82)
John 18
John Dodridge 100 (82)
Margaret 100 (82)
Martha A. 18
Mary M.C.F. (Mrs.
David Caldwell) 18,
100 (82)
Nancy (Mrs.
George) 18
Nancy Ann 100 (82)
Nancy Gillespie
(Mrs. Geo.) 100 (82)
Robert 166
Ruth Ann 100 (79)
Samuel Denniston 100 (82)
Sarah (Sallie) 100 (82)
Thankful 100 (82)
Wm. 100 (82)
Ratcliffe, Hannah 174
Capt. William 65
Ratliff Family 103
Ratliff, Dennis 103
Elijah 85
Marquis de LaFayette
103
Narcissa Jane (Mrs.
LaFayette) 103
W.C. 79
Rauhauf Family 196 (166)
Ray, Bell (Miss) 119
E.B. 119
Joseph 157, 158
Mary 174
Nancy 39
Susan 95 (43)
Wm. 63
Rea, Joseph 165
Margaret (Mrs.) 165
Wm.? 165
Read, Carson P. 167
James 167
Reading, Iradel 57, 58
ReadIes, Bashaba 156
Reatherford, Henry 186
Reaves, John 127
William 29
Reavis, John H. 170
(Reeves) Martha
"Patsy" 97 (65)
Recer (Dever, Davis?),
Charles 166
Reckmon, Joseph 160
Record, Nelly 171
Sion 171
Rector, Elizabeth 23
Pvt. Enoch 35
Uriah 79
Redden, Eunice V. 143 (97)
Redditt Family 46 (11),
145 (109),
194 (159)
Frances Edenfield
Warburton (Mrs.
Wm. Caradine) 46 (11)
Sr., Wm. Caradine
46 (11)
Redditt, Jr., W.M.
46 (11),
145 (109),
194 (159)
145 (112)
Reynolds, Mrs. Martin 7
Mary Rase 136
Nancy 97 (56)
Redlon, Family
Nicey 76
Nora Ledbetter 47 (20)
Redmon, H.G. 26
Redwell (also see Bedwell)
Sarah F. 136
Redwe11, Mrs. Mary- 156
Sarah Francis 136
Sarah Las ter (Mrs.
Reece Family 142 (92)
Elijah 23
G.w.) 136
Selena
Elizabeth 136
John 23
Margaret 31
Sophia Ann Travis 136
Sherwood 23
Thomas M. 76
William 74
Victoria 76
Reed Family 196 (170)
William 76
Rhea Family 193 (154)
Alen 26
Jacob 125
Rhea (Ray) Family 199 (187)
Reeme, Mrs. Wm. L. 205 (223)
Rhea, A.J. 90
Rees, A.M. 88
Archibald 37, 38
Reese Family 142 (92),
John 188
198 (179),
S. 155
200 (191)
Samuel 181
Susan 121
William P. 155
William B. 62
Rhodes, Tryree 62
Reeves, Col. Charles 158
Rial (see Ryle) 46 (16)
(Reavis), Martha
Rial, Martha 46 (16)
"Patsy" 98 (65)
Rice Family 142 (90), 149 (130)
Reffew, Pvt. Jeffrey 35
Rice, Mus(cian) Able 35
Reid, Hannah 42
Enoch 155
James C. (Caldwell?)
Jane M. 160
John 126, 132
99 (77)
Jane "Jennie" 99 (77)
Pvt. Rowling 35
Robert S. 78
+ Simpson
159
Samuel 99 (77)
Solomon 159
William 42
Thomas 155, 156
Rendleman-(Randleman) 113
Rich, Jesse 27
Renegar, Calvin 87
Martha J. Chorm (Mrs.
Renfro, Bell Ray (Mrs.
M.H.) 172
E.D.) 119
M.H. 172
E.D. 119
Richards, Daniel 155
Eliz. Jackson (Mrs.
Williams 75
James) 174, 175
Richardson, Edger Morrison 12, 14
Evelyn Marshall
Renfrow, Mrs. H.K. 4
Renfro, James 175
Kortrecht (}lrs.
Jefferson T. 119
Edger Morrison) 12, 14
Jesse 163
Jane 120
Renfrow, John 75
Jonathan 121
Renfro, Lake 119
Joshua 120
Lucinda R. Harris (Mrs.
Josie (Mrs.
Jeff. T.) 119
W.H.) 19
Louisa Oaks (Mrs.
Nora E. 119
Stella L. 119
Jona than) 121
Mamie Polk 14
Reno, John 72
Renshaw, Moses 78
Ruth 19
Revel, Charles Lee 40
W.H. 19
Guy B. 40
Richeson's Co. (East Tenn. Militia
Hester J. 39
War - 1812) 36
Mattie E. (Mrs.
Richie Family 204 (212)
Richmond, Daniel 164
W.B.) 40
M.B. (Mrs.
Jas. 164
N.S.) 39
Mathew 164
Rickets, Pvt. Willis 36
Nona B. (Mrs.
Wm. Hulie) 40
Ricketts (Roberts 7) Family 198 (179)
Rickman, Delila 159
N.S. 39
William Hulie 40
John 156
Willoughby 40
Richman, Thomas 159
W.(illoughby?) B. 40
Wm. 156
Revier, Mary Williamson (Mrs.
Richmond, John 158
Wm.) 100 (80)
Riddle Family 144 (103)
William 100 (80)
John 166
Reynold, Emma 76
John W. 156
Zina 76
Martha McCracken (Mrs.
Reynolds Family 46 (11),
Thomas) 32
145 (109)
Mary Ann McCracken
Reynolds (Runnels) Family
McLean (Mrs. Thomas) 32
196 (167)
Thomas 32
Reynolds, Birdie Geneva 136
Ridells, John W. 159
Cecil Clifton 136
Ridgeway Family 170
Durinda Slayden
Ridlen Family 145 (112)
(Mrs. Thos. M.) 76
Ridley, Geo. 135
Fannie 76
Rietstap, J.B. 153
George G. 47 (20)
Rigs, Reuben 166
George Levi 136
Riley, Joseph 158
George William 136
Rillieux Family 162
Rily, Joseph 167
G.W. 136
Henry A. (Pony) 136 Ring (King?), William 56
Irena 76
Ritchey, Pvt. Thomas 35
Riser, Adam 173
James 78
Amelia McElroy (Mrs.
Jannie 76
John 76, 136
Adam) 173
Laura Jane 136
Sallie M. 173
Martha H. 136
Rives Family 194 (159)
-228-
Rives, B.W. 87
C. 114
Mary A. 114
T.J. 88
Roach, James 74
Roads, John 26
Roan, Henry 62
John 62
Roarks, Catherine 68
Robb, Joseph 136
Robbins, Ada1ine Colville (Mrs.
Rogers, Henry 163
Ida Cavender (Mrs.
John 1.) 120
James 1. 120
James J. 120
Jane Richardson (Mrs.
JameS 1,) 120
John 163
Capt. John 170
John 1. 120
Joseph 100 (81)
J.)
67
Josiah 75, 163
J.
67
Dr. Jubilee 170
Roberson, Charles Clay 114
Julia Roberts (Mrs.
J.1.
114
John 1.) 120
Pvt. Joseph 36
J.W. 170
V.G. (Mrs.
Mary 120
J.L.) 114
Nancy 100 (81)
Roberts Family 45 (3), 53,
Sarah (Mrs.
145 (109),
Joseph) 100 (81)
146 (116),
Sophronia Barkwell (Mrs.
194 (157)
E.Q.) 19
Roberts (Ricketts?) Family
Pvt. Spencer 35
198 (179)
Susan 120
Abigail Bishop (Mrs.
William 167
Nathan) 45 (3)
W.W. 90
Amanda 66
Roland, Absalom 25
Andrew 170
Rollin, Alice 122
Andrew B. 66
Rollins, Levi 158
Collins 23
Rooker, Elizabeth Patillo (Mrs.
David 120
John) 48 (28)
Mrs. Eliz. P. 156
John 48 (28)
George 136
Roper Family 201 (198)
Henry O. 66
Rosamond, Deo1iece 68
Jacob 75
Samuel 68
John 159
Rose Family 31, 34
Joseph 66, 159
Bennett 31
Julia 120
Elizabeth 47 (18)
Mary 156
John 157, 158, 159
Moses 75
Martha Jane 31
Nathan 45 (3)
(Ross?), Esq., Randolph 157
Peter 159
Ross Family 147 (121)
Philip 163
Alice B. 21
Rachel Stenson (Mrs.
David 181
Joseph) 66
Francis 166
Samantha E. 66
James A. 21
Stephen 136
John 167
Thomas 158, 182
Ross (Rose?), Esq., Randolph 157
Roht. 166
Thomas E. 4
VirgilA. 66
Thos. 170
William 60, 156, 170
Rossan (?), John 167
Ro;;er, Jesse 26
Robertson, David 155
James 186
William 26
Gen. James 5, 6
Rosson, Charles 167
James (Heirs) 24
Roue1, Phillip
163
John 165
Routh, Jacob 75
Miss Lela D. 201 (194)
James 78
Margaret 91
Jermiah 75
Nelson 91
John 75
Col. William 91, 92
Jonathan 75
Robins, Michael 26
Zack 75
Row, Mary (see Mrs. John
Robinson Family 145 (110),
Ye lland) 1,3
194 (156),
196 (167) ,
Row (Bow?), William 167
Rowan,
Esq., S.D. 157
197 (172)
Rowark, John 78
J.C. 19
Rowe, Rev. James 116
Ransome 98 (73)
Rhoda 50 (39), 95 (45)
Roweth, Ann 43
Sarah A1bison (Mrs.
Rowland, James 93, 159
Ransome) 98 (73)
Martha 115
Solomon 155
Rowsey, John 18
Susan (Mrs. J.C.) 19
Martha (Mrs.
Walter 183
John) 18
William 160
Rowzee, Lodowick 113
Sarah Hawkins Catlett
Robison, Miss 175
(Mrs. Lodowick) 113
Ella May 39
Hayes W. 39
Roy, James 78
Virgil 39
Ru ? N---?, F10---? 62
Rockhold, Francisco 156
Rubincam, Mr. Milton 51, 101,
102, 151
Rodgers, James M. 42
John 155, 159
Ruble, Ira 124
Larkin 72
Minnie Neely Cothran
Mrs. Phoebe 155
(Mrs. Ira) 124
Rucker Family 144 (107)
S.W. 17
Rucks, Esq., James 157
Rogan, Hugh 135
Ruddle, Margaret 99 (77)
Rogers Family 149 & 150 (133),
195 (164),
Stephen 99 (77)
Rudolph Family of Hapsburg
205 (220)
Line 46 (16)
Elijah 72
Rudolph, Elijah 129
E.Q. 19
Ruff (Ruffs?), Henry 136
George 75
Ruffin, Cely 48 (28)
Sandusky, John 26
Ruge1ey, -Mrs. H.H. 198 (183)
Sanford, Thomas 175
Ru11an, Isaac 129
Samsom, Alberta Welborn (Mrs.
Ru1ting(?), Blake 163
W.A.) 174
Rund1e(?), Isaac 167
Sansom, B.M. 174
Runion, Jah 82
Ella Welborn (Mrs.
James 82, 163
B.M.) 174
Runions, Henry 82
W.A. 174
Runnels (Reynolds) Family
Sappington Family 201 (194)
196 (167)
Roger B. 183
Runnels, Matthew 158
Sasser Family 197 & 198 (177)
Runnen, Joseph 82
Saunders Family 145 (109),
Rush, Hadon 122
194 (159)
Musandry Eubank (Mrs.
Edward 190
Hadon) 122
Jas. 164
Russell Family 145 & 146 (113),
Robert 158
191 (142), 194 Savage, Hamilton 128
& 195 (161)
Robert R. 126
Mr. 156
(Mrs.) Winnie Buck 50 (37)
Mrs. Alexander G. 83
Sawry, Pvt. Henry 35
Eliz. Gower (Mrs.
Sayers, Mrs. P.R. 47 (19)
James) 95 (44)
Scales Family 194 & ]95 (161)
Ezra 23
Scarberry, James 157
James 95 (44)
Scarbough, Lue 95 (46)
Jesse 55
John 170
Jonathan 27
J .H. 89
John 23
Schluter, Mrs. Helen Gomer 53,
Mary Anne "Polly"
148 (125),
Kellum (Mrs. Wm.)
194 (160)
95 (44)
Schnabel's (Batt.) 205 (224)
Mary Eliz. Nicholson
Schofield, Mrs. G.P. 97 (57),
(Mrs. Alexander G.) 83
201 (197),198)
William 95 (44)
Schooler, William 24
Rust, Vincent 170
William L. 23
Rutherford Family 145 (Ill)
Schoolfield, P.H. 66
John 189
Miss Ursaline 66
Rutledge Family 143 (97),
Schultz, John 74
193 (154)
Scoggin, Jesse 159
Henry E. 00
Samuel 156
Samuel J. 166
Scoggins, Rev. John 157
Wm. 180
Willis 180
Wm. S. (?) 166
Scot, (Mrs.) Hannah 165
Rutlin, Reyford 164
J.F. 23
Ryal, Sarah 46 (16)
Scott Family 48 (23), 146 (117),
Ryr.n Family 142 (90),
196 (166), 197 (173)
200 (192)
Miss 118
Rylander Family 199 (186)
Aaron 74
Ryle (see Rial) 46 (16)
B. (Mr.) 120
Ryser, Mrs. Lloyd H. 50 (41)
Bill 74
E .M.
89
Isabella 117, 118
-S James W. 120
J.E. 120
Sadler, (Dr.) James A. 32
J.F. 26
Martha 96 (48)
John 29, 186
Sallie lIS
Jonathan 158
SaffeI, C.H. 26
Katie 120
Sage Fami Iy 146 (1 17),
LaFayette 120
196 (166)
Laurance 29
Samar, Gahlant 135
Louisa Enman (Mrs.
Samers(?), James 132
P.G.) 120
Junr., James 132
Martha 120
Sampson Family 142 (95),
Martha Bruce (Mrs.
143 (95)
James W.) 120
Samuel, Jack 72
M.E. 120
John 166
Micager 160
Steven 166
Nancy Rogers (Mrs.
Sanders Family 199 (188)
Stallard) 100 (81)
A.M. 20
P.G. 120
Anna E. Eliza 20
Phi lip 120
B.H. 68
Rachel Marie 12
D.M. 90
Ricard 166
Dona Lee 17
Russel I 27
Franklin M. (Pvt.) 19
Stallard 100 (81)
F.S. (Mrs. A.M.) 20
Thomas 26, 28
G.W. 87
-Tucker Families 34
Hannah (Mrs.
Victoria P. 120
Lindsey H.) 20
Viola E. 120
H.C. 88
Walter 120
J.B. 53
W.B. 120
Jennie (Mrs.
William 73, 118
W.M.) 19
Scouloudi, Miss Irene 112
J.L. 89
Scriver, J.J. 121
John 89
Madora Weatherred (Mrs.
Laura 19
J.J.) 121
Lindsey H. 20
Scrivner, Jonath 155
William Chester 19
Scruggs-Carruth, Mrs. Margaret
Zena M. 17
46 (16)
Dr. W.M. 19
Scudder, Philip 1. 62
Sands, Missouri Caroline
Scurlock, AdelIa 118
95 (47)
Scurlock, James F. 118
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I
Scurlock, Rebecca Criner (Mrs.
J amesF . ) 118
Seagrest, Lucy 173
Seale Family 201 & 202 (200)
Seales, Henry 166
Searcy, (Mr.) 185
Bennet 182
Esq" Jesse 116
John 164
Richard 164
Ricd. 164
Robert 116
Susan B. 116
Seaton, A.F. 88, 89
Seawell, Mr. 96 (48)
Martha Morton
(Mrs.) 96 (48)
Seay, A.R. (Mrs.
L.P. 19
L.P. 19
Dr. William 122
Zillah Harlin (Mrs.
Wm.) 122
Secrease, Charlotte 169
Seigel Family 147 (123)
Seitz, Mrs. Alma 196 (168)
Self Family 98 (66), 203 (208)
Seliger Family 197 (173)
Sellars, Robert 181
Sellers Family 205 (220)
Selvey, M.V. 31
Serrell, John M. 155, 159
Serry, Elizabeth Colville (Mrs.
W.R.) 67
W.R. 67
Seton, Roswell 167
Seudder (?), Nathaniel 163
Sevier, Catherine Sherrill (Mrs.
John) 70
Clarissa C. 116
Elizabeth 70
George W. 70
James 70, 116
(Col. John(?) 8, 70
Mary , 70
Robert 70
Sam'l 70
Seward, John G. 86
Margaret J. Crockett
(Mrs. John G.) 86
Persis 123
Sewell, John 188
Sexton, Barton 26
Emanuel 26
Fountain 26
James 26
Richard 26
Timothy 26
Wi lliam 26
Shackelford Family 204 (218)
Shaden, John 167
John N. 25
Shanabarger Family 197 (173)
Shankle, John 155
Shannon, Capt. 174
Mrs. Garner 45 (7),
96 (52)
Quinton 167
Thomas 182
Shapard, E. 89
Marjorie Lee 13
Sha rks, Edwa rd 131
Sharp Family 147 (12l)
Anthony 131
Isaa"c 155
Joseph 47 (19)
Sarah Leach (Mrs.
Joseph) 47 (19)
Mrs. Sidney R. 205 (224)
Sharpe, Isabelle 97 (59)
Olivia 12
Sharpless, Kimber + 76
Sharpner, Pvt. Jacob 36
Shaver, Michael 134
Shaw's Father, Dan 170
Shawnees 6
Sheerly, John 117
Mary Ramsey (Mrs.
John) 117
Sheffield Family 141 (87)
Shelby, Dr. C.H. 42
David 135
Granville C. 42
Shelby, (Col. Isaac(?) 8
Mary A. Bennett (Mrs;
Granville C.) 42
Shelton, David 114
Edward Franklin 114
Mrs. (nee Nicholson) 83
John 28
Juliann 76
Rhoda 76
Stephen 166
Thomas 139, 140
Shemmel, Robert 25
Shepard Family 195 (162)
Shepherd Family 45 (6)
Mrs. Flora Joyce 45 (6)
Lacius Della 45 (6)
Sheppard Family 146 (115)
James 133
Sherell, George 70
Sherley, Champanis 156
Noah 160
Sherrill, Catherine 70
Mary 70
Sherwood, (Heirs), Jonathan 172
William 59
Shields, John 28
Richard 163
Shilling Family 194 (160)
Shinault, John 127
Walter 127
Shires, Christian '182
Shirley, Champaines 159
Shockley, Jacob 158
William 158
Wm. 157
Shoemaker (Shomaker) Family
141 (84)
Miss Hattie 141 (84)
Shofner, J.e. 89
W.L. 88
Sholar, Benjamin 94
Shomaker (Shoemaker) Family
141 (84)
Shook, Rebecca 119
William 119
Short, Capt. D.M. 120
Lota 124
Shoults, Valentine 163
Shrewsberry, C.D. 156
Shryock Family 53
Shuck Family 103
Shultz, J.R. 170
Shumate Family 197 (175)
Shute, Asa 59
Lee 184
Philip 132, 184
Thomas 62, 132, 180, 182
Sigler, John 72
Sikes, James 181
Sill Family 153
Silvertooth Family 201 (195)
Simeron, Christopher 28, 29
Simmons, James 166, 167
Simmons, Lucy 122
Nancy (Mrs.
Peter) 161
Peter 161
Simms, Eli 157
James 134
Simpkins Family 201 (193)
Betsy 48 (22)
Catherine 48 (22)
Diadama 48 (22)
Henrietta 48 (22)
James 48 (22)
John 48 (22)
Levina 48 (22)
Patience Butterfield
(Mrs. James) 48 (22)
Po lly 48 (22)
Rebecca 48 (22)
Robert 48 (22)
Sarah (Mrs.
James, Jr.) 48 (22)
Simpson Family 146 (115)
197 (174)
Asbury 166
Isaac 165
Simpson + Jenkins 159
Simpson, John 167
J.W. 156
Rice + 159
Sanford 78
Simpson, Thomas 156
Wes ley 166
Simpson, William 167
Sims Family 205 (223)
Sgt. Alfred 35
Dama Featherson (Mrs.
John) 49 (33)
John 49 (33)
Littlepage 70
Theopi1us 28, 29
Sinclair Family 144 (108),
145 (108)
John (Author) 112
Singleton, Mrs. Eliza
Burrus 164
George 98 (70)
Jane Wells Leeper
Wells nlrs. George
98 (70)
Sisk Family 98 (66),203 (208)
Sisler (Sistler, Sits1er)
49 (34)
Sisler, Thomas Wm. A. 49 (34)
Sistler (Sits1er: Sisler)
49 (34)
Sistler, Byron 49 (34)
Ruth Holloway (Mrs.
Thos. Wm. A.) 49 (34)
Sitsler (Sist1er, Sisler)
49 (34)
Skaggs (Author) 33, 54
Skeggs, Mary Lee 12
Skillman Family 46 (10)
Christopher 46 (10)
Isaac 46 (10)
Skinner, Flora 121
Larkin 121
Sarepta Pittman (Mrs.
Larkin) 121
SkIpper Family 143 (96)
Skipworth Family 143 (96)
Slay, Mrs. Ruby Baker 148 (126)
Slayden, Arrena 76
Calvin 76
Camel 76
Dr. Campbell 76
Durinda 76
Emily J. Anderson (Mrs.
Campbell) 76
Joseph S. 76
Juliann Shelton (Mrs.
Joseph) 76
Letsey A. 76
Rhoda Shelton (Mrs.
Wm. E.) 76
Tolbert 76
Wesley 76
William E. 76
Sledge Family 46 (11), 145 (109)
Margaret T. 173
Slits, (7) 24
Sloan Family 193 (155),
200 (191)
Lettis H. (Mrs.
Thos.) 162
Thos. 162
Slone (Stone?), Thomas C. 167
S;all, Daniel 163
R.J. 90
Smallwood, Inez 21
Smallman, Madison 157
Smart, Stephen 170
Smiley, Pvt. Sawyer 35
Smith Family 45 (2), 142 (93),
150 (136), 191 (143),
201 (193), 202 (202),
204 (2]5), 205 (220)
A.B. 39
A.K. 80
Alexander 29, 186
Alfred 170
Allen 50 (37)
Andrew 163
Angeline 80
Anna Buck (Mrs.
Allen) 50 (37)
Anna Waters (Mrs.
John E.) 50 (37)
Benjamin 187
Pvt. Briant 36
Brittain 130
B.W. 88
Byrd W. 63
Smith, Caroline Matilda 100 (80)
C.D. 80
Daniel 29, 133, 175
David 29
Delia 79, 80
D.L. 87
Miss Elizabeth 157
Mrs. Esmerelda 2,
197 (174)
Frank 166
Fred G. 80
George 161
Jr., Geo. 63
Geo. 1. 63
Harmon 160
Harris 63
Henry G.' 164
Hugh 78
Jacob 79
James 166, 191 (143)
Capt. James 170
Rev. James 77
Jane 80
Jemina 100 (81)
Joanna 175
Joel 157
John 25, 62, 125
John Dinkins 45 (2)
John E. 50 (37)
John H, 80
Jonathan K. 34
JonathanKennon 4, 54
Jordan 156
Joseph 127
Josiah 25
J.W. 89
L.J. (Mrs. A.K.) 80
Mahala 49 (37)
Mariarlen 39
Marilois (Mrs.
A.B.) 39
Mary 32
Mary (Mrs. 'Wm.) 80
Mary Cheek (Mrs.) 45 (2)
Mary Dinkins (Mrs.) 45 (2)
Melinda Wilson (Mrs.
Spencer) 100 (81)
Mrs. Nancy 155
Oliver 180
Patrick 27
Ralph E. 25
Reuben D. 47 (20)
Rhoda Dunn (Mrs.
James) 191 (143),
192 (147)
Richard 61, 62, 116
R.M. 4
Robart 163
Robert 29, 63
Robert F. 25
Samuel G. 61, 182
Shad rack 63
Sidney P. 61
Spencer 100 (80)
Susan P. 116
S.S. 89
Thomas 167
T.W. 88
William 50 (37), 80, 155,
156, 164, 187
William Jr. 26
Wm. Henry 45 (2)
W.J. 89
W.M. 89
Smoot, A.R. 67
Mollie Colville (Mrs.
A.R.) 67
Smotherman Family 200 (189)
Smothers, Elihu 128
Snead, Catherine 95 (43)
Alexander 69
Janie Winn (Mrs.
Alexander) 69
Snelson, Mrs. F. 99 (78)
Samuel 99 (78)
Sniffer, John 75
Snodgrass, David 158
Elizabeth (Mrs.
Issac) 161
Isaac 161
James 29
Thomas 1. 158
Snody, William 73, 133
-230Snow Family 170
Ahijah 25
(Dr.) Daniel Webb 32
Ebenezer 25
Henry 25
Isaac A. 25
Jones 25
Larkin B. 25
Mrs. Sarah M. Perkins 116
Soloman 25
William 25, 167
Snuffer, John 73
Soap Family 192 (144)
Solderback Family 197 (173)
Somers, Esq., James 170
Sorrell Family 142 (95),
143 (95)
Sorrells, Annie 68
Col. Charles 68
C.J. 68
Jane Tribble (Mrs.
John B.) 68
John B. (Lt.) 68
Josie Kimbrough (Mrs.
C.J.) 68
Southern, Asa 100 (80)
Caroline M. Smith
(Mrs. Isaiah) 100 (80)
Emily Bobbitt (Mrs.
Geo. Willis) 100 (80)
Emma True (Mrs.
John B.) 100 (80)
George Willis 100
(80)
Isaiah 100 (80)
James P., 100 (80)
John B. 100 (80)
Sally Lucker (Mrs.
Thos. J.) 100 (80)
Sarah 100 (80)
Temperance Williams
(Mrs. Asa) 100 (80)
Thomas J. 100 (80)
D.D.S., Wm. F. 100
(80)
Spadon, Robert 158
Spangle Family 203 (209)
Spargler, Jacob 49 (36)
Sparks Family 98 (66),
203 (208)
Gertrude Weaver (Mrs.
Nathan F., Jr.) 171
Jr., Nathan F. 171
Spaulding Family 153
Spear, Levi 128
Spears Family 142 (95),
143 (95)
Speer Family 143 (97)
(Mr.) 31
Martha Fielder
(Mrs.
? ) 31
Speers, Miss Rachel 157
Richard 157
Speight, Jesse 131
Jessel 131
Spence Family 201 & 202 (200)
Jordan 126
Spencer Family 147 (121),
201 (193)
Joseph 78
T.J. 89
Sperry, Charles R. 159
Spessard, John 92
Spiers Family 53
Spiller Family 142 (95),
143 (95)
Spire, (Mr.) 71
Spivey, Alfred 93
Belle Chambers (Mrs.
T.E.) 174
T.E. 174
Spooner, Jacob K. 155, 157
Spradley, Tavner 63
Spradling Family 196 (168)
Spray, Lewis 89, 90
Spriggs, E~ekiel 37
Springer, Betsie Waganer (Mrs.
George) 122
George 122
Jessie (Mr.) 122
Ruth 122, 171
Sallie Harlin (Mrs.
Jessie) 122
S£ringfield, Jim 95 (46)
Matty Davis (Mrs.
Jim) 95 (46)
Spruce, Joseph 181
Spurlen, Richard 27
Spurlock, Byrd 96 (52)
Eliz. Hancock (Mrs.
Byrd) 96 (52)
Tierra Dobbs (Mrs.
Byrd) 96 (52)
Stacy, Eli 158
Stadler, Robert G. 159
Stafford Family 146 (115)
Mrs. J.W. 100 (80)
Stainback, A.D. 114
C.E. (Mrs.
A.D.) 114
Lucie E. 114
Stallian, Peter 26
Stamps, Edmond 160
William 157
Stancil, (Mrs.) Elizabeth
Battle 69
Standard, Elizabeth Bales
(Mrs. Morris) 171
Lavina Bales (Mrs.
Morris) 171
Mary Bales (Mrs.
Morris) 171
Morris 171
Standefer, Mrs. Edwin M.
(Jewel B.) 31, 69,
lIS, 147 (123), 169,
194 (157)
Jewel B. (Mrs.
Edwin M.) 31, 69,
lIS, 147 (123), 169,
194 (157)
Stanfield Family 153
B.P. 87
Ephraigm 185
John D. 121
John P. 185
Matricia 122
Stanford Family 192 (149)
Albert Jefferson 31
Martha Jane Rose (Mrs.
Albert Jefferson) 31
Thomas 166
W.E. 192 (149)
Stanley, Elijah 170
Staples, Abner T. 25
John 80
JohnM. 25
Thomas 25
Co 1. Thomas 80
William 23, 26, 29
Star, Richard 59
Starbuck, Abigail 31
Starns, John 180
Starr, (Miss) 47 (18)
Starr-Morgan Families 47 (18)
Statterfield, Wm. 159
Steadman, M.L. 87
Steagal Family 143 (98)
Steakly, Wiley 155
Steel, Graves 167
Steel, Robert 135, 166
Thomas 166
Steele's (West Tenn. Mil.) 169
Steele, Ninan 55
Steelman Family 141 (85),
143 (97)
Stegall Family 143 (98)
Steggall Family 143 (98)
Stelez, John 75
Stennis, Miss Rachel 2
Stenson, Rachel 66
Stephend (Stephens) Family
195 (165)
Stephens (Stephend) Family
195 (165)
Stephens - Stevens Family 34,
145 (112)
Stephens, Eleanor Laney 65
Mrs. Elsie A. 46 (9),
96 (50),
145 (112)
(Dr.) James M. 32
John 29
Shad rack 23, 29
Stephenson (Alderson?), Betty
168
Stephenson (Alderson?), Daniel
168
Stephenson, Henry 170
Dr. Jean 51, 101,
102, 151
Stephenson (Alderson?), 'Jincy
168
Stephenson, John 170
John C. 166
Stephenson (Alderson), Mary
168
Nancy
168
Stephenson, Robert 91
Stephenson (Alderson?), Sarah
168
Stephsen Family 191 (140)
Stevens Family 47 (20), 142
(95), 143 (95)
Stevens - Stephens Family 34
Stevens, Joseph 47 (20)
Martha Ann 47 (20)
Squire 157
Stevenson, J.J. 87
Steveson, Robert 72
Steward, Dorothy 115
Stewart Family 104, 142 (92)
Stewart (Author) 33
Stewart, Arthur 3
(Dr.) Daniel McIntyre
32
David 158
Elizabeth 160
Hiram 26
J.M. 89
John 8
Joseph 160
R.G. 129
(Mrs.) Sally 165
WM. 156
Stibbs, Pvt. Everett 35
Stice Family 203 (206)
Stigall Family 143 (98),
195 (165)
Stigallson, Wm. 158
Stiles, Ennis L. 17
Jas. 88
Lou Vick 17
Maneecy (the last
(Mrs. Evan) 17
N.J. 17
Polly (the 1st
Mrs. Evan) 17
R.A. 17
William H. 17
Stinesipher, Benjamin 23
Benjamin, Jr. 23
Calvin 23
Charles S. 23
Clark 23
Daniel 23
Hiram 23
Isaac 23
Jacob 23
Jesse 23
John 23
Levi 29
Michael (Heirs) 29
Noah 23, 24
Samuel 23
Thomas 23
Stineweher, Oscar 25
Stinnett, Andrew 32
Mary Ann Hollis
(Mrs. Wm.) 32
Nancy E. McCracken
(Mrs. Andrew) 32
William 32
Stinson Family 201 (193)
Stockton, Sarah 175
Stocton Family 149 & 150 (133)
Saml. 75
William H. 116
Stokely Family 200 (190)
Stone Family 97 (62), 148 +
149 (128),
198 (178)
Col. B. Warren 120
Claiborne 170
Elizabeth Frances 77
Frances P.C.Hutcheson
(Mrs. Wm) 77
Hiram 160
Stone, James M. 77
James Sterling 77
J.D. 90
Joseph Isaac 77
Mrs. lawrence E. 197 (171)
Martha Caroline 77
Mary Ann Rebekah 77
Richard Neblett 77
Thomas 158
Thomas Jefferson 77
William 77, 158
William Edward (Dr.) 77
Zedekiah 184
Stoner, Robert D. (Author) 33
Story, Sarah 171
Vincent 166
Stout Family 153, 176
Stout, Alheons 176
Annie 176
Cotwind 176
Elvie 176
Elizabeth 176
James Milton 175
Jane E. Myers (Mrs.
James Mi 1ton) 176
Jasper 176
Jeffie 176
John (Jr.) 176
John E. 175, 176
Jowel (Jewel?) 176
Katie 176
Maleo 176
Manerva 176
Martha A. 176
Mary 176
Mary A. Bettis (Mrs.
John E.) 176
Milton 176
Mintie 176
Nellie 176
Samuel 176
William 176
Stovall Family 193 (155)
Strain, Thomas J. 158
Straune, A.M. 176
Cotwind Stout (Mrs.
A.M.) 176
Street, A.P. 90
Strickland Family 146 (117),
196 (166)
Stricklin Family 146 (117),
196 (166)
Delila Fields Colclough
(Mrs. Julin) 99 (74)
Julin 99 (74)
Strieby, Irene M. 152
Stringer Family 34, 104
Lizzie 122
Stringfield, Jim 95 (46)
Stringfield, J.J. 26
John 26
Lue Sca rbough
(Mrs. Willis) 95 (46)
S!ringfie1d, Matty Davis
(Mrs. Jim) 95 (46)
Stringfield, Richard 26
William 26
Willis 95 (46)
Stroud, William 160
Strout Family 195 (165)
Strut, John 129
Stuard, Elizabeth 157
Stuart Family 148 (127)
Stubblefield, (Dr.) Wm. L. 32
Sturdevant, Kittie C. 100 (79)
Sublet, Valentine 158
Sublett, Abner C. 188
Valentine M. 188
Suddith, F.K. 25
Sugart, William H. 156
Sullavan, George 157
Sullens Family 191 (139)
Zachariah 158
Sullins, Josiah 23
Zachariah 157
Sullivan Family 150 (136),
195 (162)
Berry 90
Charles 97 (63)
Isaac 97 (63)
Jacob (Jr. + Sr.) 97 (63)
James Peyton 97 (63)
J.N. 88
-231Sullivan, Layton 97 (63)
Lee 182
Mary (Mrs. Jacob)
97 (63)
Nancy L. 160
Nathan 97 (63)
Turner 97 (63)
Summer, Andrew J. 25
David 25
Lemuel 25
Levi 25
William 24, 25
Wilson 24, 26
Summers,Pvt. Johnston 36
William 75
Sumner, Benjamin (Col.) 172
B.F. 172
Charles E. 172
Clement 172
Eliz. Clement (Mrs.
Wm.) 172
Emily Bolinger (Mrs.
J.B.) 172
Esther Burnham (Mrs.
Wm. Benj.) 172
Hannah Hunt (Mrs.
Dr.Wm.) 172
Harvey Vernal 172
Hiram Burnham 172
J.B. 172
J.F. 172
Joseph John 93
Lizzie 172
Margaret Harris (Mrs.
Clement) 172
Mary 172
Mary Bell 172
Mary Sumner (Mrs.
Hiram Burnham) 172
Mary Wes t (Mrs.
Wm.) 172
Prudence Hubbard (Mrs.
Benj.) 172
Rachel A. 172
William 172
Dr. William 172
William Benjamin 172
Sutherland, Jr., John 139
Sr., John 139, 140
J.P. 39
P. (Mrs. J.P.) 39
W.T. 39
Sutherlin, John (Sr.) 139, 140
Sutton, Cornlius 82
John 82
Swaim, Jeremiah Wesly 46 (16)
Mary Eliza 46 (16)
Melissa Bobbitt (Mrs.
Jeremiah Wesly) 46 (16)
Swaney, Mrs. Mary Estes 102
Swanson, Peter 166
Swartzlander Family 197 (173)
Sweat, A.C. 17
Isaiah 17
J .D.F. (son of L+M.
Sweat) U
Laurence O. 17
Ma rga re t (Mrs.
Isaiah) 17
Sweatt, Annie 17
Swift, Mrs. Joshua 83
Swindle, Christa(?) 155
Swintford Family 145 + 146 (113)
Swoape Family 192 (144)
Swoop Family 192 (144)
Swope Family 192 (144)
Sympson, William 70
Sypert, Lawrence 56
Syprel (Syssrel?), Lawrence
182
Syssrett(?), Laurence 129
-TTabor Family
142 (95),
143 (95)
Tabour, Thomas 28
Tackett Family 142 (90)
Tage, John 58
Tail, Esq., M. 157
Talber~ (Mr.)
72
Parry 73
Talbot, (Mr.) 61
Thomas 180
Taliaferro Family 95 (42)
Talley, I.N. 79
M.E. (Mrs.
I.N.) 79
Nellie C. 79
Tally-Frost, Stephenie H. 3
Taney, George A. 43
Tankesley, Rolin 167
Terry, Hibble (Kibble?) 184
Joseph 158
Martha Elizabeth 77, 78
Mary A.R. Stone (Mrs.
James M.) 77
Teuton, J.W. 19
John W. 19
Mattie Adams 19
Tha(o)rpe Family 199 (184)
Tharp, Will A. 131
Thiner, B.B. 55
Thockmorton, Dr W.E. 155
Thomapson, H.W. 89
Tanner, Benjamin 29
Thomas Family 53, 197(176),
Tarkington,Mary Jane 32
205 (220)
Col. White 32
Mr. 139
Tarpley, David 166
Chas. 163
Tarwater, Cora Ellen 79
Charlotte 43
Martha 79
Mrs. David G. 99 (75)
Wm. Franklin 80
Emma (Moss) (Mrs.
Tate, John 173
Michael) 67
Miss Mary J. 173
LP. 60
Sarah King Moore (Mrs.
Jun., Isaac 163
John) 173
James J. 180
Tatum, Absalom (Surveyor of
John 28, 163, 170,
N.C.) ~R (28)
180, 183
Edward 20
Jonathan 160
Howell 56
Michael 67
Capt.(Major) Howell 93
Wm. 163
Mary E. Ogburn (Mrs.
Thomason, Robert 159
Edward) 20
Thompson Fami ly 47 (20),
Taylor, Family 141 (87),
49 (36),
195 (163),
146 (115),
201 (194)
191 (140)
Ada 177
Rev. Mr. 116
Alfred 127
Alexander 74
Alfred W. 57
Andrew 48 (22)
Amos 21+
Caturah Elizabeth
Annie Dodson (Mrs.) 173
50 (37)
Creed A. 160
Elizabeth 96 (55)
David 163
G.W. 88
Mrs. David P. 48 (23)
Jason 131
Isaac 70, 125, 155, 156
Jesse 164
James 25, 155, 156
Joseph 134
James P. 186
Larrance 134
John 72, 156
Mary J. 96 (51)
Joseph 163
Pvt. Moses 35
Mrs. Kinchen (Nee
P.N. 90
Nicholson) 83
Robert 61
Li tt 1.e be rry 184
-Simpkins Family
Mary 49 (%)
48 (22)
Mary Sherrill (Mrs.
Thomas 32, 134
Isaac) 70
Thomson-MeGee-Brinley Families
Samuel J. 25
34
T. 90
Thornburg (Hamburgs?),
Thomas 184
Richard 75
Thornburgh, Richard 69
W.B. 90
William 29
Thornbush, Thomas 72
Tea, John E. 155
Thorne, Lucy E. 84
Teague, Emma King (Hrs.
'Martha E. 84
J.B.) 173
Thornhill Family 142 (95),
Hezs 75
143 (95)
J.B. 173
Thornton Family 199 (185)
Mathias 75
Edmund 24
Teal, Mrs. Archie C. 11</, (lOS)
Henry 24
T.
24
James 24
Tedford, Sr., AlexauQer 177
Mable Harvey (AuthDavid 177
oress) 33
Fannie L. 18
Mrs. Robert E. 23, 79
Frances Doss (Mrs.
William 166
David) 177
Tho(a)rpe Family 199 (184)
George Thomas 18
Thrasher, J.H. 88
Mary Ann 177, 178
Threatt, Mrs. D.C. 49 (32)
W.H. 18
Thrift Family 195 (162)
Teekle, William 158
Tibbetts Family 145 (112)
Teffeteller Family 193 (151)
Tiblier Family 162
(Telford) Walker, Martha (Mrs.
Tidwell, Darling W. (Mr.) 32
James) 65
James 127, 128
Templeton, Miss Nancy 156
Miller 166
Tenill, Achilis 166
Roxana McCracken (Mrs.
Tenison, Zachariah 166
Darling W.) 32
Tennen (Lennen?), Alexander 166
Vinson 166
Tenny, Widow 167
Tillery Family 195 (165)
Tennyson Family 198 (182)
Tillman, J.D. 89
Terrell, Mrs. J.B. 143 (95)
Tillory, Thomas 156
John 128, 129, 170
Timmons, Arcena Moore (Mrs.
Obadiah 135
Wm. Everette) 99 (76)
Peleg 170
Elizabeth 99 (76)
Terry Family 131, 144 (108),
William 82
145 (108) 148
William Everette
& 149 (128)
99 (76)
Timms, John 186
Tims Family 141 (85)
John 183
Tinch, Wily Y. 28
Tinner (Turner?), Robert 167
Tipton Family 143 & 144 (100)
Tipton, J. (Clerk) 63, 64
Jacob 180
Mary 50 (40)
Mary Miller (Mrs.
Wm.) 50 (40)
Mas heec k 163
Mordica 163
Robert 164
Tittle Family 195 (165),
198 (178)
Toal, Mrs. Archie C.. 45 (1)
Todd Family 115
Chari ty (Mrs.
Pleasant) 98 (69)
Eliza 98 (69)
Elizabeth 115
Joel Jackson 98 (69)
Mary Fagg (Mrs.
Joel Jackson) 98 (69)
Nancy 115
Pleasant 98 (69)
Susannah 115
Tollet, John 29
Tolley, John D. 94
Tollice, William 58
Tomlinson, Beatrice 175
Lela 175
Myrt le 175
T.E. 175
Mrs. T. E • (nee
Hand) 175
Mrs. T. E. (nee
Whitney) 175
T.G. 175
Mrs. T .G. (nee
Bohanan) 175
Tompson, William A. 25
Toney 98 (68)
Toole, James Rankin 99 (79)
John 99 (79)
Ruth Ann Rankin (Mrs.
John) 100 (79)
Tooley, Adam 164
Totland, Mrs. H.M. 49 (30)
Totty Family 196 (168)
Towell, Isaac 134
Townsen Family 195 (165)
Townsend, James Esq. 158
Polkie Neely 123
Tracy, Pvt. Paris 35
Trapp, John 158
Travis Family 150 (134)
Sophia Ann 136
Tredway, William 62
Trent, Mary (see Mrs. Wm.
Luncefords) 42
Trescony, Julius A. 42
Trewh it, James M. 28
Levi 28
Tribble, Jane 68
Trice, J.A. 40
Edward 40
Elizabeth (Mrs. J.A.) 40
Elizabeth House (Mrs.
Shepherd) 40
Henry 40
Mahala (Mrs. Henry) 40
Margarete Harris (Mrs.
Richmond) 40
Richmond 40
Richmond S. 40
Shepherd 40
Trigg, Abram B. 189, 190
Doherty + Co. 190
Trigg + Giles 190
Trigg, James 190
John J. 190
King + Co. 190
Lamon 163
+ Morgan 190
Stephen 190
William 189, 190
Trimble's Co. (War of 1812) 35
Triplet, Jesse 26
Joel 26
-232-
Triplet, John Junr. 26
John Sen. 26
Trollinger, E.H. 174
Hannah Chambers
(Mrs. E.H.) 174
Trotter, Benj. Yates 164
Trout, Adam 127
Truax, Mrs. Eliz. Stout 176
True, Emma 100 (80)
Truman, Carter 184
Tucker Family '195 (162)
E.F. 94
E.J. 114
Elizabeth R. (Mrs.
E.J.) ]]4
George 160
J.C.C. 114
Marianah E. (Mrs.
J.C.C.) 114
M.V. 89
Robert 73
-Scott FaOli lies 34
Thomas J. 114
Wm. R. 159
W.M. 88
Tuggle F~mi1j 194 & 195 (161)
Tuley, C.M.M. 89
Tullis Family 144 (107)
(Unknown), Georgia(?) A.
(Buried in Fodge
Cemetery, Henry Co.,
Tenn.) 39
Upton, Elizabeth 96 (50)
James 96 (50)
Usher, Pvt. John 36
Usrey + Gaines 159
Usrey, Samuel 157, 159
William 155, 159
Ussery Family 45 (5)
Utter Family 191 (139)
-VVan, James 159
Thomas C. 158
Walter 27
Vanbebber Family 147 (121)
Robert 159
Vanbiber, Robert 157
Vance, James 72
Vanderbi.l t, Amy 53
VanDerwerken-VanDerwerker
Family 53 -
Vickery Family 205 (220)
Adam 29
Charles P. 29
G]). F. 29
Goldsborough F. 29
Robert .K. 29
Vincent.Family 193 (152)
Parmilia A: Herod
(Mrs. Thomas) 174
Perry 170
Vineyard Family 195 (162)
Vinson, James 136, 174
Prudence A. Herod
(Mrs. James) 174
Thomas 174
Vinzaint, Mary 122
Vogtle, Alvin W. 49 (33)
Alvin Ward 104
-W-
Waddle, 2nd Lt. Elias 36
.George 157
Wade Family 143 (97)
Rev. M. 156
VanDe l\-le t+.t"r, , Jr., John ~;.
(',3
(Dr.) John S. 32
Roelof Gertit~e 53
Waganer, Betsie 122
Wagganor Family 197 (174)
Vandick, Freeman 71
Turl.ey, ';acob 159
Wagoner, Harriet Lea 17
Vanessey, Jemima Jane 95 (43)
Tur1y, Charles 159
Vanln,
James
182
Joe C. 17
Turnbo Family 196 & 197 (171)
Wakefield, M.F.(?) 103
TurnboughFamily 190 & 197 (171) Vanly (Vanta), James 5h~ 59
Vann FamiJ y 20: (220)
Walden, Elisha 6
Turnbow Family 196& 197 (171)
James 163
Elizabeth Jones ~7 (Z0)
Andrew 166
JohnWashington ., (20)
Rubin 163
Turner Fami1O' 33, 47 (17),
Waldon, David 163
Vanoy, Andrew 179
192 (146)
Vant 179
Walker Family 115, 142 (95),
Admire (Mr.) 46 (17)
Vanta, James 56, 59
143 (95), 149 (130),
Bob 19
Vanwinkle, Isaac 28
150 (136), 198 (181),
Bruce 20
VanZant Family 148 (i 26)
200 (191), 202 (204),
Catharine B. Lee (Nre;.
Varnall, '~Jm.
1(,3
203 (210)
}ohn C.) 160
Varner, ~\.ob(~rt 25
Dr. (Surveyer of Ky.
Chades L. 160
Vasser) C.ynt.hia 169
- Tenn. Line) 52
Chadey 19
Vaugl·,.?n, Levenia C. ttL
Ann E. 114
Clay 20
Licveni.a 1', !~2
Miss Anna 169
Danie 1 B. 116
j'(; S', 1'[ ': '~.~<.
Betsey R. 79
Dick 20
Willis 42
Charles 75
t.. J"d.n 20
Vaughn,
Dr.
172
Charlotte
70
Euphi_c 19
James 99 (75)
Clemence Hill (Mrs.
Henry 163
r~RrtJ:a J.
l:~
Solon S.) 65
John 160
t,t:ll:Cr:L', HCCllll,e'J C"\::',,
David 163
John Baldwin 160
..Tames) 9" (7c,)
Eleanor Laney Stephens
John C. 1.60
(Mrs, Fhilip) 65
Josiah 127, 157
Mrs. Sallie A. Griffin
172
Elizabeth Cooper (Mrs.
J.W. 87
Philip) 65
Laura M. (Mrs.) 20
Samuel 27
"Louise Patton Richardson
William 78
James 65, 72, 185
James H. 65
(i,uthoress) 33
Veach, D.A. 3
Lucy (Margaret) Hatcher
James Harvey 79
Damon A. 47 (18), 96 (48),
(Mrs. Admire)' 46 (17)
J. Effie F. 65
124, 145 (l08)
Bartha Washington Greene
Venable Family 193 (153)
J. Gathen (Mrs.
James H.) 65
Verdell, Aileen Miller 40
(Mrs.
? ) 47 (17)
Nathan--zgCora Bell 40
Jordan 83
Robbi.e 80
Charlie E. 40
Joseph 70
J. Marvin 40
L---on? 159
ILL
87
Margaret 27
Sam 20
Verhian (see Verhines) 98 (71)
S lIEi'm R. Sea rc.y (HJ:8.
Maria(h) 115
Verhines Family 194 & 195 (161)
Laniel B.) 116
Caroline 98 (71)
Martha 115
Truman 20
Editan 98 (71)
Ma rtha (Mrs.
Wi lliam 20
Jordan) .83
Elizabeth 98 (71)
William D. 129
Martha Ann 65
Frances 98 (71)
Martha J. 70
Turney, Es q., Ie ,1.. 159
Hiram 98 (71)
Samuel 156, 158, 159,
Martha Telford (Mrs.
Jacob 98 (71)
160, 161
Jefferson Garrett 98
James) 65
(71)
Mary F. 114
Turpin Family 205 (220)
Nancy 70
Tutt (Scott?), Benjamin 167
John 98 (71)
Tuttle ( 0 . , Inc., Charles E.
Mary Connell (Mrs.
Peggy 79
Philip 65
(Publishers) 54
Wm., Sr.) 98 (71)
Mrs . Nadine Miller 153
Nancy 98 (71)
Pope + 139
Twitty, Miss 15e
William 98 (71)
S.A. 79
Tyrre 11, John 12 (;
Vermillion, Elizabeth 160
Capt. Samuel 79
Samue 1 1. 115
Vernon Family 153
Sarah Jane 65
Verry, Inc., Publishers,
-uLawrence 22
Solon S. 65
Susanna 79
Vertner, (Mr.) 37
Ulmer, Mrs. Eva 193 (151)
Mrs. Viola Burrus 164
Vester, Berry 49 (30)
Underwood, Benjamin 78
Mrs. Feriba 49 (30)
Warren 170
John 91
William 42, 70, 163
Vetch(?), Elija 163
McCey 75
Vick, Henry 93
Wall Family 141 (88)
Malachi 94
Nancy 93
George 73
Seth 160
Vickers Family 191 (141)
Isaac 116
Willian'. 24
Mrs. Nancy 157
Susan P. Smith (Mrs.
Isaac H.) 116
Wallace (wallis) Family 97 (59)
Wallace, David 26
George 161
Isabelle Sharpe (Mrs.
John) 97 (59)
Joseph Hanks 100 (82)
Margaret Rankin (Mrs.
Jos. Hanks) 100 (82)
Martha 176
Mira 97 (59)
Wallen, James 126
Waller Family 201 (193)
Mrs. Jane W. 87
John 160
William 160
Wallice, John 160
Walling, Thoma,S 156
.
Wallis (also, See Wallace)
97 (59)
Wallis, Stephen 158
Wa10n, William 163
Walson, MaryK. 159
Walter, Charles M. 125
Walters, Gertrude 13
Walton, Isaac i34
M.G. 31
+Ramsey 117
Wm. 134
Walts, William 158
Wammick, James 163
Warburton Family 46 (11)
F ranees Eden-
field 46 (11)
Ward's (Bat., Northern Va. in
Civil War) 90
Ward, Elijah 156
James 157
J.K. 90
Jorden 166
Robert 156
Warlick, Philip 181
Warner, Col. Mears 170
Wm. 156
Warnick, Jas. 164
Sing Peyton 97 (55)
Warren, Abigae1 (Mrs.
S.1.)
18
Alice L. Pharr (Mrs.
S .1.)
Charles 167
Edwin 187
Ernet 19
Henry 155
Humphrey 129
J .T. 19
Lavina Bales (Mrs~
Watson) 171
Lou 19
Luther 159
Moze lle 19
N.J. (Mrs.
J.T.) 19
Ransom 158
Samuel 167
S.1.
18, 19
Watson 171
Washington, (Gen.) George 171
Washum Family 142 (92)
Wasson, _J____ 166
Waters, Anna 50 (37)
Polly 50 (37)
Watkins Family 148 (127)
Christopher 85
E.B. ' 78
James 96 (50)
Mary Johnson (Mrs.
James) 96 (50)
-Si~pkins Family 48 (22)
Watson, (Mrs.) Annie Battle 69
Miss Christiana 67
Pvt. George 35
James 67, 160
Rhoda Banfield (Mrs.
James) 67
Thomas 159
Wayland, Sr., Mrs. Charles F. 162
Weakley, D. 103
Wear Family 193 (154)
Weater?, Samuel 157
Weatherred, Agnes 121
Benjamin F. 121
B. T. 121
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Weatherred, Flora Skinner
(Mrs. Francis
M., Ill) 121
Frances E. Laird
(Mrs. Francis M.,
Jr.) 121
Francis M. 121
Isham D. 121
James 121
L.A. 121
Luther B. 121
Madora 121
Marcus B. 121
Mary 121
Matilda 121
Mildred 121
William 121
William C. 121
William E. 121
Weathers, Jesse 166
Weathersby, Wm. A. 164
Weaver Family 149 & 150 (133)
A.Y. 171
David S. 171
Ge rt rude 171
Green 171
Isaac 156, 157
J.A. 66
Dr. J.e. 171
Jesse 190
Joe 171
Maggie 171
Margaret Young (Hrs.
J.c.) 171
Mary 171
Nancy McRorrey (Mrs.
Green) 171
Nelly Record (Mrs.
Green) 171
Samuel H. 171
Shedrick 171
S.S. 171
Susan Branch (Mrs.
J.A.) 66
Tinsley 171
Walter 171
W.T.G. 171
Webb Fomlly 197 (173),
199 (185)
Webb, Mr. 50 (38)
(Dr.) Abner L. 32
Alfred US
America (Mrs. Theron
B.) 115
Asheal 49 (36)
Billee Snead 113
B. News (Mrs.
Woodford) 115
Mrs. Bunyan M. 33, 115
Caroline 115
Cleo Miller (Mrs.) 104
Eliza Kern (Mrs.
Washington) 115
Elizabeth (Mrs.) 49 (31),
50 (38)
Eliz. Hasley (Mrs.
Meredith B. (Sr.) 115
Ellen Fielder (Mrs.
Hiram) 31
George 63
Hampton 115
Hiram 31
(Welh?), Jales 166
Jerry J. 198 (179)
Jesse 182
Jessie T. 1, 52
John 26, 115, 167, 170
John C. 29
Larkin 167
Levina 115
Lewis 26
Louisa ~!. (Mrs.
Woodford) 115
Martha Rowland (Mrs.
Hampton) 115
Meredith B. 115
Milton US
Nancy 26
Pauline 115
Peggie 115
Polly 115
Webb, Sally 115
Sallie Sadler (Mrs.
John) 115
Samuel 26
Sara Johnson (Mrs.
Meredith, Jr.) 115
Theron B. 115
Thomas 167
Washington 115
William 60, 115, 166
Willis 26
Woodford 115
Webster, Wm. 170
Weems Family 204 (214), 215)
Weir Family 1,5 (1) ,(4)
Agnes (Nancy) Blackburn
(Mrs. John) 45 (4)
John 45 (4)
Weiss, Mrs. C.J. 9R (69)
Welborn, Alberta 174
Anna W. 174
Elicia Knight (Mrs.
Thomas W.) 174
Ella 174
Emma 174
Fannie F. 174
James M. 174
JennIe 174
John L. 174
Johnson 174
Mattie 174
Thomas W. 174
HilHam J. 174
Welbotlrn, William
f1
Welch, Eliza Ann 171
John 58
Wells FamIly 142 (92)
Albert 93 (7J)
Ernrla Middleton
79
Hayden E. 170
.Jan,: 98 (70)
.Jane 1'<'1] sLeeper (I·!rs.
Albert) 98 (70)
Thomas 98 (70)
William 157, 159
Wells (Wills?), William 167
W;lsh, Jennie Harlin (Mrs.)
171
Wenslay, Mrs. Arnel A. 142 (92)
Werry (Sherry, Shores?),
William 167
West Family 144 (106), 200 (189)
Claiborne Dandridge 64
.Jeptha 155, 156, 157
.Jermiah 163
Jesse 167
Mary 172
Samuel 185
William 181
Westbrook Family 162
Westby, Mrs. George C. 170
Wester (N or H1), Graves 166
westray,-Elizabeth 93
William 93
Wi lliam S. 93
Weygandt, Esther 69
Whaley, Julia Emily Frazier
(Mrs. M.H.) 117
M.H. 117
Wharton, David Newton 100 (82)
Maj. John 100 (82)
John Dodridge 100 (82)
Thankful Rankin (Mrs.
Wm. Watson) 100 (82)
Wm. Glaspie 100 (82)
Wm. Watson 100 (82)
Wheatly, Benjamin 63
Wheaton 127
Wheeler Family 144 (107)
Lina 121
Richard Anson 22
Wheelock Family 192 (150)
Wheless, Aquilla 49 (35)
Mary "Polly" Hogan
49 (35)
"Polly" Mary 49 (35)
Whitaker 179
Whitaker, Alexander J. 94
White's Co. (War of 1812) 35
White Family 162, 204 (213)
Benjamin 166
White, C.A.C. 139
Miss Catherine Hugh 10
Charles 25
David 127, 167
Elias 60
Elijah 167
Henry 167
Hugh A.M. 59
Jacob 28
James 75
Jessee 24
John 23, 24, 25, 28,
167
Joseph D. 59
Miss Kate 10
Philip 28
Richard 26
Robert 75, 183
Sarah Ann 124
Simpson 167
Thomas E. 4
Woodson P. 156, 159
Whitefield, John 156
Thomas 157
Whitehead Family 145 (109)
Benjamin 158
Elizabeth 70
G.
70
Whitlock Family 191 (140)
Whiteside, Jenkin 127
Whitfield, Mrs. (nee
Nicholson) 83
Mrs. Eliz. J. 155
Whitley, John 156
Lory or Johnson, Esq.
158
Whitlock, Joshua 49 (36)
Whitney, Miss 175
Whiton Family 198 (183)
Whitson, Ann 56
Jeremiah 157
John 82
W.B. 87
Whitten, Thos. 163
Whittenburg, M.J. 81
Whittenburg, N. 81
Wiggins Family 200 (191)
Baker 83
Blake Baker 83
Kathryn 149 (130),
193 & 194
(155) ,
200 (191)
Lawrance Blake 83
Wiggins-Lee-Nicholson 83
Wiggins, Mason L. 83
Mrs. Mason Lee (nee
Nicholson) 83
Patsey 83
Polley Lee 83
Salley 83
Sally 83
Samue 1 Lee 83
Sarah Lee 83
Willis 83
Winnifred 83, 84
Wilbanks Family 200 (192)
Wilbourn 179
Wilcockson, Junr., David 165
Isaac 165
Senr., David 166
Wiles Family 143 (97)
S.P. 89
Wiley Family 204 (219)
Wiley + McEwen 23
Wilfender, George 180
Wilhams, Francis 157
Wilhight (Wilhoite, Willhite
& Wilhite) 47 (18)
Wilhite (Wilhight, Wilhoite
& Willhite) 47 (18)
Wilhite, Caleb 82
Mathias 73
William 82
Wilhoite (Willhite, Wilhite
& Wilhight) 47 (18)
Wilhoite, Catherine (Mrs.
Tobias) 47 (18)
Conrad 47 (18)
Elizabeth Broyles
(Mrs. Conrad) 47
(18)
Wilhoite, Julius 47 (18)
Margaret Hise (Mrs.
Julius) 47 (18)
Tobias 47 (18)
Wilkerson, Geo. B. 164
James 56, 57, 186
John F. 164
J.Z. 88
Lavinia Kilzer (Mrs.
W.E.) 41
Samuel Robert 41
Tennie Kilzer (Mrs.
S.R.) 41
W.E. 41
Wilkes, (Mr.) 31
Mrs. Mary (Fielder) 31
Wilkeson, Thomas 166
Wilkins ,John 53
Wilkirson, Mofes (Moses) 58
Willhite (Wilhite, Wilhight
& Wilhoite) 47 (18)
Willhite, Elizabeth Rose (Mrs.
William, Jr.) 47 (18)
Elmire (Mrs.
Wi lliam) Sr.) 47 (18)
Jr., William 47 (18)
Sr., William 47 (18)
Willhoit, John 122
Margaret 122
Mary Vinzaint (Mrs.
John) 122
William III, King 110
William Family 144 (106)
Williams Family 141 (86),
142 (92), 145 & 146 (113),
147 (119), 148 (126),
193 (155), 194 (155)
Williams, Abraham 46 (15)
Agnes Weatherred (Mrs.
G.H.) 121
Anderson 46 (15)
Arter 74
Burges 166
Catherine Roarks
(Mrs. Joseph) 68
David 158
Edward 134
Elizabeth 155, 157
Elizabeth (Mrs.
Nathaniel) 46 (15)
Florence Lee 77
G.H. 121
G.K. 103
Hardin 48 (29)
Hardy 157
Harriett -46 (15)
Howell 46 (15)
Isaac 158
J. 26
Jack 174
James 46 (15), 75, 156
James T. 159, 162
Jane Hart (Mrs.
Hardin) 48 (29)
John 23, 24, 44,
46 (15), 93, 187
Joseph 68
Keelin 175
Lemue 1 48 (29)
Lou 68
Maria 62
Martha 46 (15)
Mary L. (Mrs.
John) 44
M.H.G. 170
Murray Lawson 47 (20)
Nathaniel 46 (14)
Peter 170
Polly 46 (15)
Priscilla 49 (29)
R.C.
170
Mrs. R.J. (Atty) 95 (44),
98 (71), 146 (113),
194 & 195 (161)
Robert 46 (15)
Sally 46 (15)
Judge Samue 1 Co Ie 6, 8
Sarah Herod (Mrs.
Jack)
174
Sarah Jane 48 (29),
49 (29)
Stephen 46 (15)
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Williams. Temperance 100 (80)
Thomas 156
Thomas H. 125
Thomas S. 189
W.H. 26
William 23. 46 (15)
William R. 24
Willoughby 55
Wright 29
Williamson Family 146 (117).
196 (166 & 170)
Mary 100 (80)
Mrs. Sarah (?)
100 (80)
Thomas 126
Willingham. Isaac 170
Wm. 170
Willis Family 144 (106)
Willis. Arthur J.
(Author) 110
George 60
Willson. James 26
Joseph 163
William 24
Wilmoth. Francis 155
G.T. '67
Laura C. Colville
(Mrs. G.T.) 67
Wils (Wels. UrIs?). Ranson
Wilson Family 150 (136)..
205 (220)
Wilson. A. 18
A.K. 20
Albert C. 39
Alice O. 80
Annie Dee 20
Blanc):iie 21
Bowers + 182
Burton 99 (74)
Calvin D. 20
Cordelia McLellon 20
Crump 21
Danial 73
David 135
D.D. 20
Denirah 118
Doctor 160
Editor 3
Edward C. 80
Eliza A. (Mrs.
John) 20
.
Eliza P.· '(Mrs.
John R.) 164
Elizabeth C. 164
Fanny 164
F.M. 20
F .M. (son) 20
Geqrge 78
G.L. (Mrs. J.W.) 20
Guy 21
Homer G. 39
James 20. 32. 73. 118.
135. 156. 170
Dr. James P. (Pastor) 16
James W. 20
J.B. 39
J.C. 20
J.G. 39. 40
John 20. 72. 135
Rev. John David 21
John G. 20. 21
John R. 164
Joseph 70. 170
J.W ~ 20
L. (Mother) Mrs. R.D.) 21
Levi 78
Lexie May 21
Lihue 24
Mrs. Louetta West 64
Lucretia (Mrs.
W.A.) 20
Lucy 164
M. (Mr.) 67
Mae 2
Margaret Ann (Mrs.
W.A.) 20
Margaret J. (Mrs.
William G.) 20
Martha L. Colville (Mrs.
M.) 67
Mary B. Colclough (Mrs.
Burton) 99 (74)
Mary K. (Mrs. Crump?)
21
Wilson. M.E. 20
Melinda 100 (81)
Mildred A. (Mrs.
J.G.) 39
M.J. (Mrs.W.C.) 20
Mumford 160
N. (Mrs. J.C.) 20
Nancy (Mrs, J.B.) 39
Nancy (Mrs. James) 20
Oscar C. 20
P.A. 39
Pearcy 21
Pearl (Mrs. John D.) 21
R.C.39
R.D. (Father) 21
Robert 166
Sallie 21
Samuel 125. 157
Thankful (Mrs. A.) 18
Thomas B. 164
Thomas C. 185
W.A. 20
W.C. 20
William 71. 75
William G. (C.?) 20
(Dr.) William H. 32
William L. 164
W.P •• Corp. 20
Winborne Family 200 (190)
Winbourn. Wm. 167
Winchester. G. 135
James 135
Windale. Robert S. 158
Wine (Wane. Shine?). Robert 167
Winford. B.F. 90
Winn. Janie 69
Winsted. William 157
Winston. Edmond 116
Joseph 179
Martha Ann W. Cocke
(Mrs. Edmond) 116
Winters. Miss (see Mrs.
Guilford Nicholson)
84
Christopher 158
Wisdom. William 160
Witson. Israel 75
Witt Family 147 (122)
Wolcott. Mr. M.A. (Editor) 124
Wolf. Callie D. 17
Nick H. 17
Wood Family 204 (215)
Curtis 183
Elizabeth 178
James 78
Jno'R. 44
Lucy 15
Mrs. Lucy 16
Mary Caroline Bills (Mrs.
Robert H.) 15
Miss Nannie 149 (131)
Pauline (Mrs. Jno. R.) 44
Ralph V. 33
Robert H. 15
Virginia S. 33
Mrs. Wayne N. 115
Mrs. William 202 (203)
Woodard. H.T. 89
J.M. 88
Woodburn. John H. 18
Woodcock Family 145 (112)
Woodfin. E. (Mrs. J.H.) 41
Eveline Hailey (Mrs.
James H.) 41
Hannah (Mrs.
Nicholas) 41
James H. 41
J.H. 41
Mariah Barnwell
(Mrs. Samue 1) 41
Moses 61
Nicholas 41
Nicholas B. 41
Robert 41
Samuel 41
Thomas M. 41
Woodfolk. Joseph B. 126
William 126
William B. 126
William W. 131, 181
W.W. 131
Woodliff. I. 60
Woodruff. Mrs. Howard W. 103
-yWoods. Andrew 47 (20)
Daniel 166
James 69
Yancey. Mrs. Mary Louise
John 59
Dewitt 69
Mary 69
Yankee Family 2Dl (195)
Richard 163
Yarbrough Fami'ly 201 & 202 (200)
Rosannah 116
Yarbrough. Mary (Mrs. W~.)
Sasshel (?) 127
97(61)
William 59. 62
Rachel Adline 97 (61)
Woodside. Miss Eleanor 2
Wm. 97 (61)
James 2
Yates. Alexander 156
Pvt. Robert 36
Woodson. Mrs. William 162
Woodward. Frank 176
Yeager. A.H. 66
Isaac C. 159
C.F . F,6
Maleo Stout (Mrs.
Mary V. Hightower (Mrs.
Frank) 176
A.H.) 66
Woody. Edward 78
Selina Hoss (Mrs.
James 29
C.F.) 66
Tipton o. 82
Yelland Family 43
Woolf Family 205 (220)
A. Hellborn (a son) 43
Wootan. Sarah 160
Almond 43
Wooton. Jesse 131
Ann Dth 43
Ann Roweth (Mrs.
Lewis 29
Richd) 43
Word. Jessie Griffin (Mrs.
J.M.) 172
Betsy 43
J.M. 172
Catherine 43
Catherine (Mrs.
Work. Elijah 155
Worley. Jesse 160
Richard) 43
William 160
Charles 43
Worthan. Robert 158
Charlotte Thomas (Mrs.
Wray. Silas 156
Chas.) 43
Wm. (Post Master) 158
David 43
Wright .Fami1y 31
Elenor 43
Wright. Abigail Starbuck
Elhen 43
(Mrs. Wm.) 31
Elizabeth 43
Edward 31
Eliz. th 43
Elizabeth (Mrs.
Fannie-catherin Evans
Joshua) 31
(Mrs. Richard Rowlett) 43
E.M. (Author) 33
Frances 43
George Clifford 40
Georg~ 43
"George" 43
Hannah (Mrs.
Edward) 31
Henry 43
Jane 43
Hannah Dillon (Mrs.
William) 31
Jas. 43
I. 55, 126
John 43
Ila Brewer (Mrs.
Mary 43
G.C.?) 40
Mary Charlotte 43
Isaac 31. 73
Mary Grace 43
Jacob 31
Mary Row 43
James 31
Mary Row (Mrs. John) 43
John 31. 126. 160
R. 43
Joseph 164
Richard 43
Joshua 31
Richd. 43
Katherine 173
Richard Rowlett 43
Walter 43
Luce (Mrs.
James) 31
W~. Hodge 43
Margaret (Mrs.
Yellowly, Mrs. Dr. James B.
John) 31
(nee Nicholson) 84
Margaret Reece (Mrs.
Yoakum. (Dr.) Franklin L. 32
Yoaken. George 78
Solomon) 31
Mary (Mrs. James) 31
Yongue Family 145 (109)
Mathias 56
York, Andrew 42
Nancy Brown 31
Rachel McPheatridge (Mrs.
Nathaniel 159
Andrew) 42
Miss Patience 84
Robert 183
Phineas B. 61
Young Family 191 (142). 192 (145),
Polly 96 (53)
197 (176), 199 (188),
Rachel (Mrs. John) 31
205 (224)
Sarah (dau. of Isaac
Young, Dr. 99 (74)
& Susannah Wright) 31
Adeline 96 (48)
Sarah (Mrs. Jacob) 31
Andrew S. 171
Sarah (Mrs. James) 31
Barbara (Mrs. Jam"s) 96 (51)
Sarah (Mrs. Thomas) 161
Betsy 15
Carrie Edge (Mrs.
Solomon 31
Susannah Haworth (Mrs.
Willis) 96 (48)
Isaac) 31
Daniel 57
Thomas 28. 161
Frank 96 (48)
William 31
James 96 (51)
William P. 29
Jane 34
Write. Isaac 73. 74
Jeff 96 (48)
Wulfeck. Dorothy Ford 104
John 26
Wyatt Family 22. 34. 147 (122).
John G.? 167
197 (173), 203
J.W. 90
(206)
Lucinda 96 (48)
Wyatt. James 29
Young. Lucy 26
Louis 22. 147 (122)
Miss Margaret 171
Wyette. John 159
Martha Sadler (Mrs.
Thomas) 96 (48)
Wynd. Frances 22. 152
Wynne. Allen S. 47 (20)
Mary 96 (51)
Elizabeth Thompson
Mary An
(Mrs.
47 (20)
Thomas)~ (48)
Rebecca W. Crenshaw
Mary Mathews (Mrs.
47 (20)
Andrew S.) 171
Robt. H. 130
Matthew 26
-235Young, Mollie E. Ford (Mrs.
a.H.) 68
Narcissa 96 (48)
a.H. 68
Mrs. Sally Cathcart
99 (74)
Samuel 15
Sarah Houston (Mrs.
Samuel) 15
Soloman 26
Thomas 96 (48)
William 26
William M. 157
Willis 96 (48)
Youngblood Family 199 (185)
Yount, Mrs. Beverly 4
Yount, Mrs. Charles a. 4
Pvt. Jacob 36
Yowell, (Dr.) J.K. 32
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Zaugg, Mrs. Josephine Allen
143 (98),
196 (165)
Zedicks, John 73
Zollicof---, A. (Com. in
Civil War) 89
Zucori11er, (Mrs.?) Sidney 164
)